Andrew Faulkner Artist

St Ellyws Church, Llanelieu.

Drawing in pencil and acrylic wash.

Fabulous rural church in mid Wales cared for by the Friends of Friendless Churches. Ancient painted rood screen.

Gumfreston Church.

Drawing in pencil and ink.

Medieval church near Tenby, Pembrokeshire, restored by T.G. Jackson. Beautiful building in need of urgent care.

Beckynton Chantry, Wells Cathedral.

Drawing in graphite and coloured pencil.

Assemblage of details from Bishop Beckynton's Chantry (medieval).

Wells, pencil and watercolour.

Drawing in pencil and watercolour.

Composite perspective drawing showing parts of the interior of the Cathedral and the approach via the Market Place (Wells, Somerset).

Mounton Chapel, Pembrokeshire.

Mixed media painting.

Ruined medieval church in Pembrokeshire being 'let go'. Currently located alone in the middle of a field, surrounded by a high fence.

The Choir, St Davids Cathedral.

Drawing in pencil and charcoal with ink wash and acrylic colour.

View from the north choir stalls facing towards the altar in the Presbytery to the east.

Pilgrims Graves

Mixed media painting.

Study of the ancient 'pilgrims graves' and ancient yew tree beside the ruins of the old church of Llanfihangel Abercowyn (near St Clears, Pembrokeshire).

Lynton 'Valley of the Rocks'

Multiblock linocut print.

Landscape Study near the Valley of the Rocks, Lynton, West Somerset.

Nant Peiran, Hafod

Mixed media painting.

Small study of the beautiful Nant Peiran river, Hafod, Cwmystwyth, Ceredigion.

Woodland Study

Ink and charcoal.

Woodland study, Carmarthenshire.

Hope

Mixed media painting.

Large study of a Carmarthenshire Woodland where the ancient oaks along the stream struggle for survival among the dense pine plantation.

Forest Study

Ink, pencil and charcoal.

Carmarthenshire forest with fallen trees.

The Chapel, Haddon Hall.

Drawing in pencil and ink.

Wonderful chapel showing multiple layers of church development, including a medieval fabric with wall paintings, and later pewing, glass, monuments and triple-decker pulpit.

The Chapel, Haddon Hall.

Watercoloured print.

The Last Interior, Fussell's Ironworks

Mixed media painting.

Study of the important ruins of Fussell's Ironworks in the Wadbury Valley (Mells, nr Frome, Somerset). This is the last part to retain a roof (since lost).

Study for 'The Last Interior' painting.

Pencil, ink, acrylic.

Study, Fussell's Ironworks.

Pencil, handmade ink.

Inside Out, Fussell's Ironworks.

Mixed media painting.

Painting (in progress) of part of the ruined ironworks. I was interested to explore the canalised river : originally this would have been open to the sky and light, while the interiors of the buildings would have been roofed and darker. Now in ruins and thoroughly overgrown this situation is reversed.

Bayvil Church

Sketch in pencil and ink.

Study of the small church of St Andrew, Bayvil, cared for by the wonderful charity Friends of Friendless Churches and left open for visitors.

Forde Abbey, Tearoom

Drawing in pencil and ink.

Study of the tearoom in the vaulted undercroft at Forde Abbey, Somerset, an incredible country House / Abbey, palimpsest of numerous generations.

Owlpen Manor (Exterior)

Drawing in pencil and ink.

Owlpen Manor is a beautiful ancient Manor House in the Cotswolds comprising fabric from numerous eras.

Owlpen Manor (Interior)

Drawing in pencil and ink.

Owlpen Manor is a beautiful ancient Manor House in the Cotswolds comprising fabric from numerous eras. This study shows the old hall seen from the later panelled interior of the 'Little Parlour'.

The Great Hall, Stanway House

Drawing in pencil and ink.

The Great Hall of this incredible Country House, full of wonderful details, fittings and furniture.

The Drawing Room, Stanway House

Drawing in pencil and ink.

The Drawing room of this incredible Country House, stunning detailing and Chippendale furniture.

Exterior View from the Lawn, Melsetter

Pencil sketch.

Country House on Hoy, Orkneys, adapted by William Lethaby and visited by William Morris, among others.

The Hall, Melsetter

Drawing in pencil and ink.

Country House on Hoy, Orkneys, adapted by William Lethaby and visited by William Morris, among others.

The Library, Forthampton

Drawing in pencil and ink.

The library of Forthampton Court was fitted out to the designs of Philip Webb.

The Great Hall, Haddon Hall.

Drawing in pencil and ink.

Study of the Fireplace of the incredible Haddon Hall, Derbyshire.

Lutyens Stair, Great Dixter.

Drawing in pencil and ink.

Study of staircase designed by Edwin Lutyens at Great Dixter (East Sussex), a house created from an amalgamation of two pre-existing timber framed houses brought to the site from elsewhere.

Sweet or Dry?

Drawing in pencil and ink.

Study of the main interior of Wilkin's Cider Farm, Mudgeley, Somerset.

Tudor Merchants House

Drawing in pencil and watercolour.

Composite study of various views of the Tudor Merchant's House in Tenby, cared for by the National Trust.

Arboreal Landscape

Painting in ink, acrylic and oils.

Study of part of a huge upturned tree at Westonbirt Arboretum, imagined as a colourful landscape in which to wander and explore.

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