Monday, January 31, 2011

Bristol Harbour

My second painting of the day.  A bit of Bristol Harbour with the spire of St Mary Redcliffe in the background. I only had left a few minutes to speedily complete the foreground water, then realised it was the most interesting bit, like clouds, forever changing - I should have tackled it earlier. Perhaps I'll get back there and do more there. Here is another water painting done a while ago, the River Avon in Woodford Valley, near Salisbury
Painters at work. Smile please!:-)
From the left; Valerie Pirpot, Glynis Dray and Anthony Bridge.


  1. Lovely paintings and what a lovely day! See you next time for the next painting adventure!

  2. Hi Andrew!.... Love your site... and the very capable and crisp outdoor work that you produce!

    "You" certainly capture the flavour of each subject with just the right amount of detail... but without distracting "fussiness'. Beautiful landscape and urbanscapes!

    Thanks for dropping by and leaving comments that encourage! I'll be back to check in on what's new with Andrew!

    Good Painting!
    Warmest regards,

  3. i think you captured the essence of the water wll andrew,maybe it was good yyou run out of time

  4. Yes Rob. I work best when there isn't time to fiddle and change things. A bit more time would have been good though.