Roman Baths

My second day with Jane Blundell and her 5-day bootcamp and I have to say that it is quite wonderful… she is a natural teacher, knowledgeable,very nice and has a good rhythm. Not too many demos, always interesting information and we learn a ton! And it is pertinent information, not common or generic knowledge, which I appreciate -) Being a teacher myself, I am aware that teachers tend to be very fussy students –)

Guy and I went to the Roman Baths after the workshop today and we were impressed. It is funny.. when I was in Istanbul and Ephesus two years ago and we were visiting the ruins, these ruins belonged to the Greeks. Today I had the same feeling, to the Romans that arrived in 46 AD! However, as I am presently reading Rutherford’s Londinium book on the history of this city, I know that these ruins belong here and not elsewhere… reading is important for understanding our world.

Paper: Stillman & Birns
Colours: Naples Yellow, Raw Sienna, Burnt Sienna, Ultramarine & Pyrrol Crimson Location: Pulteney Bridge, Bath, UK.

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About Jane Hannah

Canadian graphic artist, painter, sketcher, typographer, calligrapher and teacher at Cégep John Abbott College in Québec, Canada. Jane Hannah also has a website for her students at www.gimligraphics.com and a main blog at www.janehannah.com. She is also part of the Montreal Urban Sketchers.
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39 Responses to Roman Baths

  1. RattleSnake says:

    You could quite possibly be a GENIUS.

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  2. jonathan says:

    Molones

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  3. Tina says:

    Nice painting..
    i want to know which type of colours u used, water colour or something else!

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  4. truly beautiful…… loved it……

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  5. Ciao & bonjour, from a (former) Montrealer ;) Lovely painting – including the hint of red (umbrella?), on a typically cloudy UK day.

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  6. Wonderful watercolor Jane [said the guy who knows nearly nothing about art]. ;-) Ephesus was magical for me. Have you written about your trip there?

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  7. englepip says:

    Lovely work well done.

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  8. Gorgeous picture! I’m in Bath quite a bit and you’ve really captured the atmosphere.

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  9. Dearboy says:

    A truly beautiful painting there. I just love the nature of art.

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  10. orvillewrong says:

    Beautifully rendered..a joy to behold

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  11. Dearboy says:

    Beautiful
    Well-done 👍

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  12. patrrickmensah says:

    That’s good and nice keeep it up

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  13. Leha says:

    This is fantastic !!!!

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  14. travel460 says:

    A truly beautiful painting!

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  15. layuephoto says:

    Beautiful work:)

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  16. marcellalouise says:

    Jane: Thank you for sending me this very beautiful drawing and your interesting comments. Talk to you upon your return. Have a lovely trip. MOM >

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