Clockwise: Top left, Scarr Fell, pencil; middle left, Scottish girl; middle right, Buckden; Lower middle, Mastiles lane; Lower left bottom, Wystwud, pencil; Bottom, Dutch genre painting. Cape Niven; Bottom right, Tarr Steps; Middle left, Beidermeier genre painting; Middle right, Earnley Church; Top Left, Ashness Bridge, pencil.
(Copyright, 2012 Nic Carlyle. All rights reserved.)
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Nic Carlyle

 

The alchemy of

Anthropology, Art,

Love, and Good Cooking

 

Pastel landscapes and genre pieces

Ah! When Ruth and I still had wallspace.  Large pieces of a rather traditional nature, done on A1 Rembrandt board using soft pastel. Most date between 1994 and 1999.  Some are drawings, rather than paintings, with the pencil lines showing a feathering that is absent when you use the pigment sticks.

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