Monday, June 18, 2007

Churches and Castles

Noodler's ink on 9x12" watercolour block

This beautiful pulpit belongs to a church situated in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.

I took the photograph, I worked from to create this ink drawing, last year at the Wisbech Rose Fair. The church looked wonderful decked out with competition floral arrangements and this magnificent marble and stone work of art caught my eye immediately.

Last year myself and members from the Fenland Visual Arts Collective were permitted to show our artwork along the railings, outside the Museum, near the Castle and we have been invited to exhibit again this year.

The Castle, Wisbech
Ink on 11x15" watercolour paper.


Jenny said...

Beautiful, as always. How nice of them to provide flowers for your artwork.

andrea joseph's sketchblog said...

Gorgeous. Love the top drawing especially.

Anonymous said...

Lovely drawings. Is Noodlers ink something special? I've heard of it, though I don't think I've every seen it in a shop. What's good about it?

Serena Lewis said...

What a pretty looking pulpit...great job as always, Anita ~ :)

phthaloblu said...

Love those steps. Great drawing.

Anita Davies said...

Thankyou Jenny. The floral arrangments were stunning.

Anita Davies said...

Thankyou Andrea.

Anita Davies said...

Thanx Dave.
Noodler's ink is waterproof, lightfast and smudgeproof...amazing stuff, comes in many different colours too.
I use it in a Lamy Safari fountain pen.
I found out all about both items via Nina Johansson's blog.

Anita Davies said...

Thanx Serena!

Anita Davies said...

Thanx Phthalo!