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Landscape Challenge

Updated: Oct 7, 2022

What a talented group of artists our members are. The Landscape Challenge has proved popular with some wonderful work has been submitted.


Kate Rundell

Rising Sun

Watercolour

"We cleared some trees at the end of garden a few years ago. At this time of year the sun moves into the perfect position for it to beam its rays through the clearing."



Lynne Slatter

Misty Morning in the Lakes

Acrylics


Timothy Sparkes

Walking

Sheringham Norfolk

Watercolour and charcoal



Timothy Sparkes

Beach.

Near Wells next the sea Norfolk

Watercolour



Timothy Sparkes

Stag in Scotland

Watercolour



Beverley Benson


Bruno Del Tufo

Pencil Sketch

"I have a thing about doorways so I suppose a theme could be The Doors of Perception. Must be thinking of the 70,s pop group! "


Bruno Del Tufo

Watercolour Study at Great Maytham

"I have a thing about doorways so I suppose a theme could be The Doors of Perception. Must be thinking of the 70,s pop group! "



Christine Ilari

Seascape

Acrylic



Caroline Anderson Jones

Maulds Maeburn Cumbria

Acrylic



Ron Rous

A view of the sea at Camber where the river channel comes down from Rye Harbour

Acrylic



Clive Dand

Paxos, Greece

Oil



June Grindley

High Weald, High Summer

Acrylic



David Aspinall

Snowscene, Barns in Yorkshire

Watercolour



Angela Musil

Camber Sands

Watercolour



David Aspinall

The Lighthouses Dungeness

Watercolour



David Aspinall

Lake in Sussex

Watercolour



David Aspinall

Boulogne Shoreline

Watercolour



Phil Auden

Capel House garden, Hamstreet

Oil on Canvas

"My friends have created this beautiful garden and were happy for me to spend some time there painting. This is a view of the stream that runs through the garden with a bridge and water lilies very reminiscent of Giverny. I loved the way the sun shines through the various trees and reflects on the water."



Angela Musil

View towards Appledore from Tenterden

Watercolour



Graham Lock

Oil



Pat Lock

Stunted Trees

Linocut

"Although it was sketched in the summer there was no foliage - lack of water or lack of light, I don't know, but the effect was fascinating. A black & white lino print just seemed right."



Glyn Evans

Cambria

'Cambria' is a watercolour of a Thames sailing barge. The barge has been fully restored over the last few years and normally sails out of Faversham. It is the only sailing barge never to have been fitted with an engine. When we moved to Kent from the Cotswolds eight years ago, we found that our house was named Cambria so of course I was pleased to see a barge by the same name and went on board her at St Katherine's Dock, London. When I sent out change of address cards, some people thought I was living on a boat! Cambria was the Roman name for the country of Wales so with my name being Glyn Lloyd Evans it was a happy coincidence and of course we kept the name. I even designed our house sign with a Welsh twist to it as you can see. I have also painted a picture of the barge in water-mixable oils.



Glyn Evans

Sailing

Acrylics

"This was inspired by the poster art of Norman Wilkinson. He painted many posters for the railway companies who were wanting to entice city and town dwellers as passengers on their trains into the countryside. This is one of his Lake District posters that was also, and still is available as a postcard. In the Imperial War Museum there is a large collection of Wilkinson's paintings of maritime scenes depiction actions during WWII. He should perhaps be better known for his design of the Dazzle-Paint scheme for merchant ships during WWI. It was a means to deceive a German U-boat commander as to a ship's course and speed, thus making it a more difficult target for a successful torpedo attack. Some while ago I wrote a book on the subject, the 1,000 copies now having sold out with little chance of a re-print. I have given illustrated talks on the subject at home and abroad (if you count Jersey and Bangor, N Ireland as abroad!)"


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Judy Williams
Judy Williams
Oct 02, 2022

What an inspiring collection. The exhibition is going to be wonderful. Thank you

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