Happy to present the remaining pen and wash paintings I made between December 2022 and February 2023.
Above and below, a couple more attempts to capture the colourful sky as the winter sun sets behind our neighbours’ poplar trees.
And since I’m partial to a silhouette, here’s Asheldham church backlit by a January sunset.
While taking a short, time killing wander around Maldon one December evening I noticed these illuminated leaves still clinging to a tree behind the Blue Boar pub.
It never ceases to amaze me how winter pansies can continue to bloom after being repeatedly frozen, aparently solid.
The two beauties above live in the neighbourhood.
My mum bought this beautiful Singer for £32, 12 shillings and thruppence in 1962 which is worth between £658 and £873 depending on your inflation calculator.