This is a gorgeous Nordhavn 62 belonging to what seem a lovely Australian family who recently set off on the adventure of a lifetime - leisurely cruising around the world. I love their boat, and I love the passion with which they've taken on the challenges of preparing the boat for the cruising life. Click here to read their latest Blog entry. I saw a pic they'd put on their Facebook page and I wanted to see if I could do an acceptable pen and watercolour painting of the boat. This is the result. Maybe it's not perfect, but it's the best I can do, and yes, I'm happy with it. The only problem is it is extremely difficult to make prints of without a very high resolution A3 scanner.. I'll keep looking for someone who can do this for me. Update - I just ordered what I hope will be a suitable A3 scanner.
This is an A3 size watercolour and ink piece of a Buddhist Temple outside a town about 2 hours north of Bangkok. The temple was supported by the father of a close friend and I thought it would be nice to give her a painting of it. From what she's told me about her father, I have an enormous amount of respect for him and the good work he did for many people.
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