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For once I held back from painting bluebells until they actually came out in the woods surrounding Grosmont. I've been getting lots of lovely comments in the gallery so hopefully someone will be tempted.

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It's been a good month with people starting to make their way out to Grosmont in ever growing numbers. Last year I came into the season with too few small pictures so I've made not to repeat that mistake.

This is Robin Hood's Bay with the sun off to the left. I like the depth of colour in this one but so often the colur gets a little bleached when the sun is overhead.

These two were 30 x 60cm but tgere have been plenty of smaller ones.

Red Robin

Moorland tree

Tate Hill beach

But I did finish the month with a big one.

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This week's project was a little step outside my comfort zone. It came from a lovely walk along the beach between Whitby and Sandsend. The colours are very grey/muted rather than the usual big contrast of a sunset or dawn. I started with this small painting to get used to the colours, there was a lot of blending involved.

Having gained the confidence, I launched in and did a big one.

Here is a little time lapse of the process

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