Packhorse Bridge.

Packhorse Bridge.

Nice sketch carole I like it

Beautiful drawing Carole great composition

Very nice sketch Carol. Is this a local scene?

I bet it was lovely just to sit there and sketch. Great sketch.

All the craftsmanship that has gone into building the bridge is shown to advantage in this wonderful drawing Carole

Nicer still in colour Carole

A super sketch Carole, the bridge is excellent.

Thank you. Up in Castleton Derbyshire at the moment, so many lovely scenes to sketch. I borrowed the actual bridge from a photo as a bit chilly in the wind ;)

Nothing wrong with a photo!

Carole, I adore your work, this is lovely as always

I can see how you have focused on the Bridge Carole, lots of interesting detail. Is that your signature there or another piece of discarded wire netting. Also no frogs!!

Good honest pencil sketch Carole, I like the way the distant hills are just hinted at.

Thanks all really appreciate your kind comments. No barbed wire John, there could be frogs though ;)

Beautiful graphite work Carole and such a lovely place. I like the detail in the stonework Diana

Smashing drawing Carole, great detail on the bridge, I have spent many hours over the years walking the hills around Castleton, great area. Nice one.

Thanks Diana and Malcolm. Yes Malcolm I this area, my daughters and I do many walks around here. Edale today;)

A great sketch, Carole, lovely detail in the bridge.

Love the sensitivity of the piece and the attention to detail, Carole. Beautiful work!

A very lovely sketch Carole,

Beautiful rural sketch Carole!

Not sure if this is already posted or not.... Great texture on the bridge rocks, Carole.

Excellent drawing Carole

Thanks Caroline and Dermot.

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Pencil 2b and soft sketching pencil.

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Carole Swingler

Self- taught artist, I have dabbled in watercolours for many years on and off. My first love is flower painting in watercolour. Now trying many different media including acrylic inks, gouache, all types of pencils to try loose-ish semi abstract images.

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