Below is one of the few watercolors I did. It is not the most dynamic view of the Glasgow Cathedral (the best views had me standing out in traffic) but it is one of the best urban painting I have ever done.
Glasgow Cathedral watercolor, pen & ink on paper 8.5X5.5
On my first day in Glasgow I sought out Mother India's Cafe for lunch (it was awesome, T and I ate at its sister restaurant in Edinburgh. . .twice, it was that good). Sitting at the restaurant gave me a good view of Kelvingrove. Below is the quick sketch.
Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, pen & kiowa pecan ink on paper 3.5X5.5
While in the Kelvingrove did do two sketches with water soluble ink (nice shading) and a water brush. It was a great museum and I spent the entire afternoon. I wish I had done more sketches of the Great Irish Deer (Elk). I admit to not being familiar with this particular megafauna but looking at its antlers and their 8.9 foot span, I can see how the legends of the Irish Wild Hunt were started.
Giant Irish Deer skeletal pen & ink on paper 5.5X8.5
And here is a sketch of the statue of Robert the Bruce (at Bannockburn). Never made it to Stirling Castle (next time)
Brian Boru statue pen & ink on paper 5.5X8.5