Looking across to Kessingland from Pakefield
This is a view that I often admire, usually sat outside the Jolly Sailors! It is always an ever changing scene with the light as it stretches the 3 miles to Kessingland. This was from around midday when the light was so very good and the sea was so calm.
Walking into the wind
Painted mid week on the promenade at Pakefield just below “The Jolly sailors” at the tail end of storm Aileen. The dog walkers were all heads down in the strong winds. I was fortunate to be in the lea of the cliff out of the wind. By now the sea had calmed down from it’s rage earlier in the morning.
These two sheep can be found in the graveyard of All Saints and St Margaret, Pakefield Parish Church. Two rather plump well fed sheep with plenty of grass to feed on.
With my delivery date looming fast for my forthcoming exhibition this weeks sketch is very close to home just up the road on Pakefield Beach. These groynes are up near to the Jolly Sailors with high tide just past they were reasonably well covered.
Ferini Gallery, Pakefield, Suffolk
My current exhibition is currently running at Ferini Gallery in Pakefield, Suffolk. The exhibition is with my husband and fellow artist Mark Churchman who is exhibiting his watercolours. The exhibition runs until 18th December and the gallery is open 11am to 4pm on every Friday, Saturday and Sunday.