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Porth Dinllaen

Etching proof of Porth Dinllaen looking across the bay.

Keywords: Engraving, Fine Art, Line, Line with Color, Pen & Ink, Architecture, Editorial, Landscape, Transportation

© Mark Buck

Blenheim Palace

A plein air sketch of Blenheim Palace the ancestral home of Sir Winston Churchill

Keywords: Fine Art, Line, Line with Color, Pen & Ink, Watercolor, Architecture, Landscape, Travel

© Mark Buck

Keywords: Fine Art, Line, Line with Color, Pen & Ink, Watercolor, Landscape, Transportation, Travel

© Mark Buck

Pheasant in snow

An etching proof of a pheasant in snow with hand tinted red watercolour.

Keywords: Engraving, Fine Art, Pen & Ink, Animals, Greeting Cards

© Mark Buck

Porth Nefyn

A very windy day at Porth Nefyn harbour. Watercolour and pen on bockingford watercolour paper.

Keywords: Fine Art, Line, Line with Color, Watercolor, Holidays, Landscape, Travel

© Mark Buck

Down train on a stormy day

Looking across the bay the Ffestiniog down train arrives on a stormy day in Snowdonia, Wales.

Keywords: Fine Art, Pen & Ink, Watercolor, Landscape, Transportation

© Mark Buck

Hampton Court Palace ice skating

Winter ice skating at Hampton Court Palace

Keywords: Line with Color, Pen & Ink, Watercolor, Landscape, Sports, Travel

© Mark Buck

Portmeirion Village

Portmeirion, an italianate village in North Wales. Watercolour on Bockingford watercolour paper.

Keywords: Fine Art, Line, Line with Color, Pen & Ink, Watercolor, Architecture, Holidays, Landscape, Travel

© Mark Buck

Fishing boats at Leigh on Sea

Leigh on Sea fishing boats waiting for the tide to turn. Watercolour on Bockingford paper.

Keywords: Fine Art, Pen & Ink, Watercolor, Travel

© Mark Buck

Mark Buck

Biography

Mark Buck, designer, illustrator, photographer and musician, studied for a degree in illustration at Bower Ashton Art College in Bristol. He has illustrated for magazines, newspapers, books, advertising hoardings and played guitar at the Jazz Cafe in London, on occasion with Bo Diddley. A weekly column written and illustrated for the independent morphed into two books for Penguin: Whatever you think think the opposite and God explained in a Taxi Ride. These days Mark lives in a small village near Petworth. He likes to travel, always with a sketchbook and camera and the result is a growing series of pen, ink and watercolour paintings.

Style/Techniques

Engraving, Fine Art, Line, Line with Color, Pen & Ink, Watercolor

Subject/Specialties

Animals, Architecture, Editorial, Greeting Cards, Holidays, Landscape, Sports, Transportation, Travel