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Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Church Farm


As you can clearly see on my journal page, we visited Church Farm some time ago back in May, I had put it on the reserve list for my column and not used it, came across it again today while browsing my image files and thought I'd share it here.
It was a short visit, after waiting some time for our lunch on arrival, we only managed a short walk around the pig breeds before the rain set in.
Not our most memorable day out but the delay with our food did mean I had time to sketch both my latte and the old building in the field next door to the cafe.
Thank heavens for sketchbooks!


9 comments:

ginarteau said...

Lovely sketch of building--just the right atmosphere, and just enough detail in the trees...

The Happy Painter said...

I love your buildings always ... and this one is no exception. The trees are so ice and watery and the building colors so warm. I always want to go inside .... you make them look so welcoming.

susan said...

Anita, I love your style...I love both the light drawing of the latte and the more traditional painting of the building. Both styles are great!

Deb said...

Love this building! Beautifully done!

Dianne said...

Love both drawings too,what a pleasure to see these fantastic drawings every day.
Your my fav...

Fannie said...

Great drawings. Bravo! Yes, thank heavens for sketchbooks.

Laurie said...

I'm so glad that you share your sketchbooks with us. I love your stuff!

Joan Sandford-Cook said...

Enjoyed catching up on your latest posts - was at the hospital yesterday for tests and dentist this morning - what a week!!! Loved your church building colours - strong yet subtle - so clever.

Cheryl said...

wonderful building - great trees! I love how you sketched this!