Thursday, 11 February 2016

Watercolour sketch of Faversham Guildhall, some photos of Faversham, some books for my bookshop, a busman’s holiday.

Here is the watercolour sketch of Faversham Guildhall, with a bit of luck I will get back sometime and finish it off.


As is often he way no café view looking at it in the direction I would have chosen


I did about an hour over breakfast



And about an hour over lunch


The rest of the time I spent wandering round buying books for my bookshop in Ramsgate



I also took a few photos of Faversham, below, which should expand if you click on them







































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