GLINTING LIGHT OVER WINDERMERE -WATERCOLOUR SKETCH

This was an image I was playing with sometime ago from a distant trip to the English Lake District. At present, my time is taken up with commissions.

Before Christmas I had a small exhibition at my framers and I sold three paintings prior to the holiday. Since Christmas the paintings have been locked in his shop window. Latterly, non essential shops, like picture framers, were allowed to open again and a couple more paintings sold before we ended the exhibition on Monday. However, from the exhibition I have acquired three commissions and so I am working my way through those. The first one was of someone’s house and cat which I thought inappropriate to show, but the other two might make the blog – when I complete them. For me, commissions take longer than a normal painting because you need to be sure of details personal to the recipient and I also allow the recipient to be part of the planning which doesnt speed things up.

So for now, here is a view over Lake Windermere, before the next shower of rain comes in to dampen the walker. Hopefully we will be getting back there soon.

Other landscapes and views of the Lake District are available for sale on my website: grahammcquadefineart.com

One thought on “GLINTING LIGHT OVER WINDERMERE -WATERCOLOUR SKETCH

  1. Absolute rubbish

    Thanks for your comment -another snipe which wont deter.

    So the petty Meta proclaims – but lacks the honesty to identify themselves – afraid are you?
    And this value system you use; universal is it? Robust and transparent? Of course it’s not.
    But always putting your likes at the top of the culture food chain – as if it means something – you’re delusional and spineless.

    So you dont like it – maybe I dont, but I’ve got the honesty to show it and put my name to it

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