Hogsback, Surrey

This is another Watercolour that disappeared through moving around. I only have a photo of it but may consider turning it into an acrylic painting. To be honest, there were some mistakes in the original that I erased using photoshop. That means this is at best a sketch that will need work to become a new painting.


Watercolour, Digitally Edited


© HMH, 2021


    1. Debi, you always encourage me! Thank you. 😍
      I’ll do that but I’ve just prepared some boards for a series of trees. I’ll post and let you know when I’ve done the Hogsback. . .

      1. Hanne, that’s what friends do! Especially when I see that darling little dragon face–it’s so smirky I could just kiss it! I haven’t painted in oils for years because I’ve mostly focused on my writing. But when I did paint, it was strictly landscapes. I tried to paint a cat once and my family gently, lovingly pointed me back in the direction of landscapes. Most people don’t realize how hard it is to capture an expression in a painting or drawing and convey it to the eyes of observers! Your dragon–you got it!

        1. Oh, Debi. You are right and you’re too kind too. It is wonderful that you focused on your writing. Your skills in bringing a scene to life come out — including the facial expressions. . .
          I wonder if you would like to share one of your paintings? Landscapes of course? (To please your family)
          Thank you — again.

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