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A stretch of fallow ground in the Orange Free State. I used pencil and touches of coloured pencil as well.
Acacia trees alongside a road in the South African Bushveld. I used graphitint pencils and put in an overlay. I liked the effect, especially the streak of light across the road.
A second landscape of the Orange Free State, a province in South Africa.
A South African landscape. A scene from the Northern Cape Province. I had a bit of a laugh this morning. On Sky News they were talking about going up in a balloon.The Anchor was asked if she’d ever flown … Continue reading
I was captivated by the colour and light of dawn in this scene, as well as the reflections in the water. So I decided to paint it in oils.
A water colour of a Winter landscape in the Northern Cape. Once again I tried to capture the vastness, but also the dryness and the heat of the landscape.