My themes are the interaction of the elements with the built environment, the structural geometric forms of buildings, the passage of time  – decay, weathering, adaptation, repair or ruin.

Having spent my early years living on an island, I retain my love of the coast and my work features landmarks such as lighthouses and harbours. Currently landlocked in Berkshire, I find myself looking locally and to London for inspiration, exploring the collage of textures that is the city as modern structures engulf the architecture of previous centuries.

My Style

I am excited by the unpredictable marks that arise from the physical properties of watercolour, such as the rivulets formed by flocculating pigments. I collage different paper textures, tearing back and scratching the paper surface  repeatedly producing rich layered effects.



twitter: @lindamsaul

You can contact me via email from the contact page on my website.

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Another busy year.  I opened my studio for the first time for the Henley Arts Trail. I have also been privileged to have been accepted on the Newlyn School of Art’s mentoring course.


A very successful year – exhibiting with the ING Discerning Eye at the Mall Galleries, London, the Royal Watercolour Society Contemporary Watercolour exhibition and the St. Barbe museum in Lymington amongst others.