Snow on Headley Heath (c) Tessa Spanton
Headley Heath is fairly local to me and is one of my favourite places to visit for landscape painting.
It was a favourite of our dog too for picking up big sticks to carry, blackberrying fetching her ball and chasing but never catching rabbits.
There are little hills and valleys and glimpses to the North Downs, silver birch trees, gorse, heather in season, highland cattle and small ponds sometimes frozen in the winter.
You can see some of my paintings here
The painting above is in this month's Leisure Painter magazine as the subject of a step by step demo that I wrote. 'Quick tips for painting snow.' I like to see the colours in freshly fallen snow on a sunlit day but as for slushy suburban snow the sooner it melts the better.
March issue published on Feb 1st and also available as a digital version. from here