Okay, I'll stop with this soon, but I'm really enjoying this work right now. All of these recent landscape drawings were meant to include a signal box (you can see it in my last post). The white space, on the right hand side of this one, was left so that I could squeeze it in. Now I'm not even sure if I'll put it in at all. It's been a bit of an obsession for me that signal box. I think if anything could become my Monte Sainte-Victore (for those not in the know, Cezanne painted it over and over again, in every season) it would be that signal box. I love it and have done since I moved here. I've wanted to draw it for the longest time, but never got around to it. But the other day it was just calling me. I've been back each day since. So far, it's only made it into one drawing.
Thursday, July 27, 2017
how green is my valley
Posted by andrea joseph's sketchblog at 10:10 AM
Labels: AJ, andrea joseph, Andrea Joseph drawings, Derbyshire, furness vale, green, High Peak, how green is my valley, New Mills, watercolour
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Don't stop soon! So beautiful!
I tam loving the english landscape at the moment, even in this pouring rain. And the Welsh or the matter.
Loving your paintings as well. Don't stop. Teach me.
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