Based in Rutland, Stuart uses mostly watercolours to paint landscapes
in a loose and impressionistic, sometimes witty and whimiscal style.
He uses what he describes as a simple, naive almost childlike perspective.
His paintings depict coastal fishing towns, villages and market towns
in the countryside, and industry in the north. This is his impression
Annabel Greenhalgh is a well established British landscape artist
painting representational scenes in pastel and oil. The website includes
many coastal scenes and emotionally charged landscapes and seascapes
of Wales, the UK and abroad. Original work, high quality limited edition
prints and cards.
Like me, Susan uses Alkyd paint, preferring its drying qualities to
those of normal oils. She paints scenes of suburban America, working
from her own photographs. Susan describes how she makes her own canvas
boards and also how she scans her paintings.
A gallery of Watercolours and Pastels by Peter Saw of Leicestershire,
UK. Site includes free tips, step by step paintings, tutorials, Art
links & Painting Holidays. If you're wanting a painting of your
house be sure to visit Peter's site.
Peter paints a wide range of subjects, and I find his pictures of
beach scenes particularly appealing. This one is at Bridlington. In
addition to painting and teaching, running courses and doing demonstrations
Peter also finds time for many other creative activities.
Over 7,000 rail-related links, search engine, Train Simulator Add-Ons,
ICQ List, and more.
West Somerset Railway offers twenty miles of stunning Somerset
countryside and coastal scenery - there's something for all the family
on Britain's longest and most lovingly restored (they claim!) heritage
railway. The line runs from Bishops Lydeard, near Taunton, past the
Quantock Hills northwards towards the Bristol Channel coast at Minehead,
serving ten beautifully restored stations along the way. See my painting
of one of them - Crowcombe Heathfield - in the railways