View of the boatyard on Eel Pie Island.
This is the view of the boatyard, seen from the Twickenham river bank. It was drawn on a winter's day, using dip pen and watercolour. The boatyard is one of the last working yards on the river.
The Cobweb House
That was my children's name for the house. It comes from the elaborate iron work around the windows, which does look like cobwebs. The picture was drawn on a winters day, using dip pen and watercolour.
The Shark's Head
This is a view of Eel Pie Island, seen from the Twickenham river bank. The island has strange goings on; who can account for the shark's head sitting there?
St Mary's Church, Twickenham
The church, seen from the riverside gardens. Dip pen and watercolour.
The Naked Ladies
That's the local name for them. They even have a beer named after them, brewed in Twickenham. Dip pen and watercolour.
The old crane
It looks awreck, but it's still very much in use. Dip pen and watercolour.