Tag Archives: Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour

The Sketchbook Series – The vernacular architecture of Wales by Pete Monaghan SGFA

“Sketching has always formed an integral part of my working process. My motifs are mostly buildings. I’m interested in man’s influence on the landscape, especially vernacular architecture. A rapid on-site sketch is better than a photo as a record of … Continue reading

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Image of the Month – Blue Boat, Blue Skies, Port Isaac by Chris Forsey RI SGFA

“This is one of many paintings I have made of this North Cornwall fishing village.  I run painting holidays at Tregardock, near Delabole, and we always visit Port Isaac on our first day to fill ourselves with inspiration. This part … Continue reading

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Image of the Month — Goods Inwards, Red Cross Way by Dr Jo Hall PSGFA

I have known Southwark and its environs since early childhood, when I walked past bomb sites curiously sanitised by brightly flowering weeds in yellow, purple, white and red.  Alighting at London Bridge and walking to St. Paul’s Cathedral back then … Continue reading

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