Friday 18 August 2017

sketching little spanish villages

Plan, Spanish Pyrenees

My poor blog has been unattended as we travel through Europe, because we haven't had enough mobile data to keep it up to date. Today I'm at a friend's house in France and I thought I'd hop onto their wifi and do a bit of time travelling back to little villages in Spain.

These are some of the sketches I did back in May and June this year while we were in the Spanish Pyrenees. We'll be back there in a couple of weeks and I'm dying to revisit unfinished business - so many villages, so little time :-)

Fields of poppies, a sure sign of spring in Europe. Organya, Spain

Tella, Spanish Pyrenees. This sketch is sold.

Torla, gateway to Ordesa National Park, Pyrenees, Spain.

There's a village called Sin :-)

Historic house, Sin, Spanish Pyrenees.

Ermita de la Fuensanta.

Watercolour postcard of a Ermita near Tella, Spain.

Historic building, Sin, Spain.

You can purchase my sketches

A number of people have asked if my watercolour sketches are available. They certainly are! They are easy to remove from the spiral bound book.
A few sketches have already been sold, but a number are still available.

You can purchase them if you see me in person. Or you can message me about a particular sketch and I will post it to you when we return to New Zealand.

Original sketches are 85euros + postage if applicable.

You can view all the sketches from Spain on Instagram.

Please contact me for more details :-)

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