Sketching in Ramsgill

On a cloudy August Monday in Ramsgill members of the Pateley Art Club scattered about the village quietly sketching subjects they spotted. There were many friendly villagers, including Bill Spence, the walking stick man, Angus who showed Bob a poem about the ruined building that Bob was sketching. Carolyn was invited by a couple to have a cup of tea in their garden.
We gathered on the main green for lunch and to show our progress. Margaret was sharing her knowledge of art to those who needed.
We donated to the Village Hall for its use.
The next trip is to Low Hall at Dacre Top on August 12th. This is a large, delightful and peaceful 17th Century house, the home of Pamela Holliday who opens for the NGS during the year.

Ramsgill Village Hall

Ramsgill Church

River Walk

Intrepid sketchers taking a break

Lunchtime relaxation

Results from the sketching day in Ramsgill Village

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