Here are two watercolours of iconic Worcestershire views (I lived in Worcestershire for over 30 years and have family and friends there too). Here we have the Malvern Hills from the Cotswold outcrop of Bredon Hill along with a view of Worcester Cathedral across the River Severn.
Here is a simple picture of a house in the village of Overbury in Worcestershire (although it has a Gloucestershire post code). My son and his family have recently moved to a house just up the lane from this view. Here I’ve kept a simple composition to feature the view over to the distant Cotswold Hills. In reality, the house is more raw sienna coloured than white but as in all watercolour painting, white is essential to produce the bright transparent quality of this lovely yet difficult medium.