David Howell was born in 1939 and is based at his studio in North Yorkshire, England. His paintings are primarily of landscape and marine subjects, but he is also well known for his Equestrian racing pictures. He works in watercolour, oils and pastels, and is a regular exhibitor at both national level and with regional galleries in the UK, USA, the Middle East and Australia and is a Past President of the Royal Society of Marine Artists as well as an honoury member of the Pure Watercolour Society.
Jackson’s Art Blog were delighted to hear from David recently, who got in touch to let us know his thoughts on Saunders Waterford pads:
These pads are absolutely ideal for the plein air watercolour painter. The size is fine for carrying in a rucksack and at 300lb weight I don’t need to be messing about with stretching it on a board and generally work with it on my knees whilst sitting on a 3 legged stool. Fabulous surface in the rough version.
Why not try it out for yourself? – click here to view 300lb Saunders Waterford watercolour paper pads.