Scotney Castle

Scotney Castle

A beautiful atmosphere Dympna

What a super place and your watercolour does it justice, very clean and crisp washes, nicely handled.

Thank you Dennis and Alan.

Stunning and beautifully atmospheric. Dympna. I love that breaking light in the sky.

Lovely washes of colour - I've used Arches paper, it's one of my favourites, and I see you've exploited it very expertly. I love the way the greenery on the central tower almost reaches up and embraces it! I'm learning that if you're going to tackle watercolour, you owe it to yourself to get a really good paper.

This is just beautiful Dympna.

Thank you Seok, Robert and Fiona. Very pleased that you like it. Yes Robert, I agree that a good quality paper is really necessary.

Lovely tranquil scene, Dympna. Superb washes and a gorgeous sky.

yes your washes are just so good.

Thank you Jennifer and Michael, your comments are appreciated.

Beautifully controlled washes and the reflection of the building in the water is amazingly well done.

Thank you very much Thea.

Wow, this is beautiful Dympna - lovey washes and great work with the water.

I'm enjoying looking at your work. You must be very local to me - we seem to be painting the same subjects quite often! Keep up the good work, and perhaps we'll bump into each other painting by the Thames one day.

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The medieval moated Old Scotney Castle lies in a wooded valley in Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Another lovely NT property. Watercolour on Arches rough 300gsm 28.5 x 40.5cm

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Dympna Marshall

Born in Sydney in 1943, worked in London for 2 years as a commercial artist and lived in Bali, Indonesia for 20 years. Now happily settled in Perth, Western Australia. Since 2012 I have been visiting England in the summer for 3 months every year. I just love the country side, the old buildings, theā€¦

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