Painting has always made me happy. Enjoying being Volunteer Artist-in-Residence at Arlington Court National Trust Devon
A very cool house! And I'm going to hug my washing machine today
I know what you mean, lol
Wow...so pretty. It just begged to be painted, didn't it ? :)
Yes, it was too good to resist :-)
Hi AnnThe NT have some amazing venues on offer. Though I did not get to Tredegar House, I ventured up to the Lleyn Peninsular and had almost a week exploring and relaxing on a rugged beach.Have fun!Sue xCan't find your email address again on this tablet!
That sounds a really good trip Sue :-)
Oh you did this beautifully.
Thanks Carol Anne :-)
Such a gorgeous place. I love your watercolor. It's beautiful.
What an interesting house! The views are STUNNING! Thanks for the tour. (I'm with CJ...off to hug my wahing machine!)
Yet another place I've always meant to visit. Love the sketch and the jellyfish in the last one too!
You certainly get around and see so many interesting places. A la Ronde is quite charming. I've never explored that area. Modern washing machines are one of the world's greatest inventions, along with dishwashers, and lawnmowers, and hot water tanks, and vacuum cleaners etc etc etc.... I remember my mother lighting the gas boiler to boil the whites (remeber Reckitt's blue?), then I turned the handle on the mangle, hoping for a sunny day to dry everything on the washing line.
What an interesting building! You did a great sketch of it, Ann!
What a beautiful place and such cool architecture! And view. ::swoon:: And such a lovely sketch, too!