Looking Over the Forth, Muircambus

This was painted after walking across the road from my cottage, a sunny evening with a threat off rain. It was painted in situ using paint and water, laying in the grass, finished later in the evening in pen and ink.
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Woodland View, Shell Bay

When going to Shell Bay we pass this view, painted in situ. The trees are near station cottages, beaching closed the railroad, but the cottages are delightful.
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West Muircambus Farm

West Muircambus farm is approximately half a mile from home and is a working farm. The large circular bales, were called rolly-polies by my grand-children and every time I see them a smile comes across my face. Watercolour painted in situ and finished at home with pen and ink.
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Looking over to Shell Bay at Muircambus

A watercolour painted in situ, and finished at the house pen and ink.
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The End of the Woods, Muircambus

For me a happy picture, that I painted with my grandson (about nine years old at the time) sitting beside me painting his version. I don’t know if he still has his watercolour. Finished with pen and ink.
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Poppy Hedgerow Muircambus

Painted from the Muircambus, looking back to my home, this time a pure watercolour, no pen and ink drawing, but daisies and poppies masked out to make the flowers stand out.
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Old Wall Muircambus

Another subject near to my house, this is a watercolour painted in situ and completed with pen and ink when I returned home.
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Misty Morning

Although I have seen many scenes like this in Scotland, this one came out of my head and was an exercise at the Largo Bay Art Club. Again a watercolour painting with pen and ink finishing.
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Kilconquhar From Ballathie

A watercolour painted in situ, and pen and ink drawing added back at the house, on a beautiful summers day, a rare thing in Scotland. The sun shone across the fields to the village of Kilconquhar.
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Field, West Muircambus

A watercolour painting, painted in situ, with pen and ink drawing added later when I returned to the house. One of a series which will be ongoing, as I walk around the fields surrounding the house constantly.
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