Some more drawings. I’m going through the fifth portfolio with most of the A2 size drawings recorded now!
This is Wastwater.
Southport Parish Chuch with what looks like Woolworths in the background so obviously not a recent drawing!
The lovely Wigton.
The chapel of St. Catherine at Lanercost Priory.
The promenade at Silloth.
‘ The Folly’, Settle.
And finally the gateway to Skipton Castle, great fun to draw.
Brougham Castle, well……..what’s left of it!
The castle gateway at Egremont.
Holy Trinity Church in Kendal.
Old House in Askrigg.
The lovely Coniston, where it doesn’t always rain……though it has done every time I’ve been there and I’ve been there a lot of times!
The pile of drawings is getting smaller now, though I do keep coming across ones I’ve forgotten about.
Glenridding Pier, Ullswater.
Hardrow Scaur falls in Wensleydale.
Christ Church, Silloth.
This is the old market house at Shap.
The rather magnificent Castlerigg stone circle just outside Keswick.
Bowness on Windermere.
The old road west of Lake Thirlmere.
The topiary in the gardens of Levens Hall, fabulous and well worth a visit…….or just buy the drawing!
Cleater Moor, old library and civic hall.
The old antique shop, Temple Sowerby.
Sepulchre Lane, Kendal.
The Old Mill and Church, Aysgarth, Wensleydale.
The War memorial, Egremont.
Derwent Water, the north end.
Fishing Quay at Scarborough
Admiralty Arch, London.
Lewis crescent, Brighton.
Harrods, when the Royals frequented the place!
Some more drawings from the pile, we’ve been traveling around the country for some of these!
The gorgeous Eileen Donan Castle up in Scotland.
Skipton parish church.
Cockley Bridge, I love the tractor on the left hand side, we call things like that ‘nutty bits’ as they are really fun to draw!
The main street in Cockermouth.
Newby Bridge, unfortunately this was washed away in the winter flooding.
Hawes in Wensleydale.
Acorn Bank in Temple Sowerby.
The mill and bridge at Aysgarth.
The Black Bull at Haworth.
Apsley House, one time home of The Duke of Wellington in London and well worth a visit.
Here are a second set of random drawings from the pile!
The Keep, Brough Castle
The Clocktower, Brough
Good old Ambleside
The Town Hall, Barrow.in.Furness
The market square, Brouton.in.Furness
The priority church of St.Mary and Bega, St.Bees
St.John’s in the Vale, north end
Dame Birkett’s school, Penrith
The Swan Hotel, Grasmere
I’m going through some drawings and trying to put them in some sort of order………..I’m failing miserably! I’ve spent the morning trying to work out where some of them were drawn……why oh why weren’t they labelled.
One of my problems is that when I’m drawing I’m interested in that drawing but as soon as its finished it’s put aside and I start the next one. I assume I’ll remember a drawing but I don’t…….and after a few years, well I might remember drawing it but where it was drawn…………
Bit by bit they will be sorted but in the mean time I’m going to post them on my blog randomly.
I knew there were another couple of drawings of Southport! This is Lord Street.
The Bandstand Southport
The High Street in Kendal
Dove Cottage, Grasmere
Brentwood, Ruskin’s house, Coniston
Village Square, Hawkshead
St.Kentigern’s Church, Caldbeck
The very lovely Grange-over-Sands