#343 'The River Wey, Tilford' 24x30cm
It was a toss up between Waggoners Wells and Tilford Green. I was painting with Sarah Manolescue when we got to Tilford there was bridge works happening and it wasn't obvious what to paint. We walked around thinking we should maybe try Waggoners, but often the grass is greener, so we looked from the bridge and this is the view. Quite lovely! The sun came out and the cows even wondered into our scene.
Not easy standing on the super old bridge (built 1128) as it has one narrow lane and we were so close to the traffic, so much so they even stopped to have a nose at our paintings!
Here we are:
Enjoyed painting this, a challenge with all those greens, but it helps to mix pools of tonal colour before painting and I applied a burnt sienna underpainting....
Thank you Rene!Delete
So this is how to successfully tackle such a green landscape! I am taking note and I really love the way you have painted the water. I also like the chinks of under painting showing through.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Pat!Delete