Canada Geese in the meadow,
Charcoal, pastel and coloured pencil on paper, 76 cm x 56 cm
I was thinking of heading home for the evening when I spotted this group of Canada geese feeding in a lush meadow at Normandy. Their long necks poking out made a lovely visual symmetry with the masts I had become obsessed with during my residency. I had discovered that the masts were a good anchor point on the horizon as I made my around the reserve. It was also a good opportunity to look at the meadow flowers – mainly clover, buttercup and bird’s-foot trefoil.