Skylines

This was our brief:- 'The next challenge is Skylines. This could be from your window, out on a walk, or looking back to when the snow covered the landscape. Here is a link if you would like some inspiration. There is some great art here and worth a look:- https://www.saatchiart.com/paintings/london-skyline/feature Or just put 'skyline paintings' into your search engine and you will be swamped with ideas.' Kate Rundell From my daily blog Wednesday, 24th February 2021 - New Vista Some trees have been taken out at the bottom of the garden. I am looking forward to admiring the view and watching the sun rise from my bed in the morning. Watercolour Angela Musil View from Lombards bridge in Hamburg Angela Musil Castle Trakai Lituania Angela Musil Dresden Angela Musil Tallin, Estland Judy Williams Wintery Sunrise Acrylic on board Leelee Kock Boughton Malherbe Skyline Graham Lock Not one of my usual mediums, nor my usual approach .. and will probably never be repeated .. but it can be fun to experiment. Clive Dand Chris Hautot Acrylic on board Leelee Kock Treeline from my kitchen window Chris Schalburg Gunda Cannon Manhattan skyline from Brooklyn Bridge Park Watercolour, charcoal, pen and ink 290 x 220 mm Glyn Evans St Mildred's Church, Tenterden Caroline Anderson-Jones Silhouette of Stone Henge Pat Lock Michael Haynes Romney Marsh looking towards Rye David Dixon London I have done a composite of London in oil size 60x40cm and for comparison an oil I did in 1969 not in good condition as it was rolled and now wrinkled and cracked, a bit like the artist. Not many high rise in the city then. (See second painting below) David Dixon London 1969 I have done a composite of London in oil size 60x40cm and for comparison an oil I did in 1969 not in good condition as it was rolled and now wrinkled and cracked, a bit like the artist. Not many high rise in the city then. (See painting above)

Skylines