St Mary’s Church, Thornbury

 

                       2009 - May - St Marys Church - drawing                

 

2009 - July - St Mary's church, Clock

 

 Stained Glass Window - St Marys Church, Thornbury

 

Graphite drawings

St Mary’s Church, Thornbury.

This is a beautiful Tudor church sits along side Thornbury castle. Built in the reign of Henry VIII – although parts are believed to go back to the 12th century, it was used by the King and his wife, Anne Boleyn and his daughter Mary Tudor lived there for a time. The large drawing looks down the churchfrom the altar towards the old carved wooden pews and one of the magnficent stained glass windows.

These drawings were made for my son and his fiance’s wedding stationary for his marriage in August 2009

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1 comment
  1. carole said:

    Wow! These are incredible. They must have taken you ages!

    Hope the wedding went well.

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