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Mark Baker
Creates architectural illustrations in watercolour – private commissions and limited editions of buildings in Cotswolds. Email mark@markbaker-illustration.co.uk
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Mark Baker Dec 10
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Mark Baker Dec 5
In a painting, it's often helpful to give the 'centre of interest' plenty of 'space to breathe', do you feel?
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Mark Baker Dec 3
The back door of Shakespeare's Birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon - an often un-photographed view of the house.
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Mark Baker Nov 28
Walk through the heart of Alcester and ponder the purpose (like me!) of these mysterious metal wall plaques on the older buildings...
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Mark Baker Nov 27
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Mark Baker Nov 26
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Mark Baker Nov 21
Atmospheric Lord Leycester Hospital in - one of the finest examples in Britain of medieval courtyard architecture.
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Mark Baker Nov 19
Handsome cast iron sign in an ancient alleyway at beautiful Dorchester, Dorset.
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Mark Baker Nov 14
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Mark Baker Nov 12
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Mark Baker Nov 12
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Mark Baker Nov 7
Yesterday I presented a talk and demonstration of watercolour painting techniques to Redditch Art Circle. The audio visual facility enabled the 50-strong audience to see close-ups of every brush stroke on a big screen. Thanks to the Circle for the kind invitation.
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Mark Baker Nov 7
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Mark Baker Nov 6
Church - featured in my watercolour available as a limited edition print, 'Spirit of Blockley' - see tab 'Watercolour Paintings' at
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Mark Baker Nov 5
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Mark Baker Nov 4
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Mark Baker Oct 31
Cuddled by laurel, this picturesque postbox lives in Goom's Hill, near , Worcs. @WRSRamblers
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Mark Baker Oct 30
Here's Sam, manager of Village Shop taking delivery of the latest batch of my 'Spirit of Blockley' postcards. The illustration is also available as a full-size limited edition print (image size 57cm x 40cm) - message Mark for details.
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Mark Baker Oct 29
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Mark Baker Oct 24
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