SGFA Journal

photo courtesy of Tessa Spenser Pryse photo courtesy of Tessa Spenser Pryse

Motorbikes and lumbering cows, intricate arches and lake reflections, tangled cables, watchful locals, the flash of colour against earth tones  — Will Taylor SGFA tries his hand at capturing the look and feel of India.

“In February 2014 I set off on a painting trip to Rajasthan, India organised by James Horton, President of the Royal Society of British Artists, together with eight other artists. I was excited, but didn’t know what to expect. We were all from different backgrounds, and for me it would be a crash course in plein air oil painting. Amongst other places, we visited Udaipur, Dungapur, Jaisalmer and Jodhpur, and I returned home bearing sketchbooks filled with pencil, pen and wash and watercolour sketches, as well as oil paintings on board and about a thousand reference photographs.

. The Camel Fair at Jaisalmer – pencil in A6 Moleskine sketchbook

The Camel Fair at…

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