Cirencester – Capital of the Cotswolds

More recent studies of Cirencester buildings and streets are now viewable on flickr.

The watercolours and pastel drawings are made on the spot. I am researching buildings and streets to find out more about them, ready for using in the painting “Cirencester, Capital of the Cotswolds” a large work on canvas, in progress, commissioned by the Bingham Library Trust.

Selected work from the ‘Iconic Cities’ series are currently on display at The Wycliffe College Gallery where I recently worked with students and staff from France, Germany, Italy, UK and Norway on their Comenius International Cultural Exchange programme.

 

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