Sombre

Sunflower Flower ink Drawing

In sombre mood today.

The passing of someone dear.

Just to let you know I’ll be moving house over the next few weeks, and without internet, so blogging may be intermittent. Please bear with me. Normal service will be resumed as soon as possible. Once a week on a Friday. Or thereabouts. I’m an artist – what can I say?

Thanks for your interest and support – I really appreciate it.

Hope you have a good weekend. I’ll be out doing some walking.

Boscastle Beeny Cliffs Watercolour Sketch

Beeny Cliffs, Boscastle – Colour Sketch

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On the Move …

Sketchbooks Cornwall Drawing

I’m on the move to a new home and busy packing up. Came across some of my old sketchbooks: it was so good looking through them, and it passed a happy hour when I should have been packing! I’ve filled hundreds of sketchbooks over the years, but I don’t keep them all: space issues and fairly frequent moves make that impractical. So I keep the special ones – those packed full of goodness, or those which bring back a special time, perhaps a holiday or a turning point.

And curiously, I came across the sketch below, from 2005, which is to be the view from my new house. I can’t wait!

Drawing St Materiana Church Tintagel Cornwall

St Materiana Church, Tintagel – Sketchbook Drawing

Painting the blue, blue sea

Boscastle Cornwall Cliffs Sea coast blue painting

South of Boscastle

Mixed Media Painting by Anita Langham

Today was this sort of day – an icecream and sunshine and lazing kind of day.

Hope you have a lovely, lovely weekend.And if you’re lucky enough to be in Cornwall, pop into the Wellington Hotel Boscastle for a cold Korev or Rattler, and take a look at my paintings (including the one above) upstairs in the Minstrels Gallery.

 

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Pencil Drawing – ‘Shore’

Shore rocks abstract pencil drawing

‘Shore’ – Pencil drawing on paper ( 16.6×18 ins / 42×46 cm )

Here’s one of my drawings from a while back. Still one of my favourites. It’s pretty abstracted, but it always reminds me of rocks and the flotsam on the shore, so I gave it a title.  Maybe I’ll get around to framing it sometime (the frame here is virtual, not real, alas.) It’s quite a large drawing, and I’d really like to do some more like that. I’ve just ordered some large size heavyweight paper, so maybe I will.

I’m taking part in an exhibition by my art group – Gwynngala – over the Easter weekend at Cowslips Studio, Launceston, North Cornwall . There’ll be paintings and quilts and textile art (including some new work of mine!). They have a wonderful cafe with excellent food, too. Worth a visit.

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Happy springtime!