With summer gone the October salt marsh has taken on a more muted palette. Never dull though, as sea aster stems have turned a gorgeous wine red and orache has become deliciously pink.
The autumn colours are one of the reasons why I love this time of year. The other reason is because I love watching all the new birds that have arrived. From redwings to wigeon and plenty of wading birds, they migrate from over the seas to spend the winter here.
Because the atmosphere and wildlife of the salt marshes change each month there is always plenty for me to sketch. It may take a while for me to complete all 12 months but you can see the books completed so far below. I hope you enjoy these sketches.
More about the October salt marsh book
Finally if you are interested in the books you might like to know a bit more. Because I love this time of year so much, October salt marsh sketches was my first book. Over 80 watercolours, pastel and pencil sketches, each with their own colour palette, fill the 56 pages. A brief and gentle narrative threads its way in between the birds, boats and seascapes.
Printed on silk paper with a matt laminated soft cover, the books are 216 mm wide by 135 mm (8.5 x 5.5 inches). Customers can purchase them directly from me with each book costing £10.00 plus £2.00 post and packing.
Salt Marsh Sketches Books
This is an on-going project so other books will be added when they are published.
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With summer gone the October salt marsh has taken on a more muted palette. Never dull though, as sea aster stems have turned a gorgeous wine red and orache has […]