Outdoor sketching – Pembrokeshire

I’ve had a brief but relaxing trip to a campsite near St David’s in Pembrokeshire (Wales, UK). Three excellent days of reunion with friends, sunshine, warm rock to climb on, some small but clean waves to surf and comfortably cool water to swim in. I did also manage a couple of hours out sketcning, something I’m not doing enough of right now, in the face of other priorities.  Here’s a sketch from a walk down to Porth Clais, where families were catching crabs while people jumped off the jetty at the harbour mouth.

Crabbing at Porth Clais - pencil & watercolour sketch, approx 5x8in

Crabbing at Porth Clais – pencil & watercolour sketch, approx 5x8in

Tomorrow I start again on a portrait painting I began last October, as a demonstration in the Wolverhampton Art Gallery, where the Wolverhampton Society of Artists had its biennial exhibition.

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