Sunday 25 October 2015

Start of a Watercolour painting of La Trappiste from Chocolate Café in Canterbury today.

I have finally found the ideal site to paint La Trappiste in Canterbury from, if you are familiar with Chocolate Café in Canterbury, ‘nough said, otherwise I can only say it comes with my strongest recommendation.

The picture is all brush, lots of layers and fairly free.

If you are geographically disadvantaged La Trappiste is on the left in this photo and Chocolate Café is on the right. 

A really odd one here from my teenage children, I offered to give them the money to get themselves a drink and a cake in McDonalds or join me in Chocolate Café and the elected to join me. 
The atmosphere is very good for painting as because everyone is high on dopamine and therefore very happy.    

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