Monthly Archives: February 2016
I found some art by Joseph crawhall and fell in love with his style, with this inspiration I decided to create my own version, my version is in watercolour.
I have been trying to create some horses in potion paintings, this is liquid pencil and a light watercolour addition, it is not full of detail, but was fun to do, I am working on a flat racer in pastel … Continue reading
This is Woody ( new forest pony) in pastel pencil ( conte) popping over a jump.
Beware…….its another hare,
I have been busy this weekend painting my submission to the multiple sclerosis trust, secret art show. My art pack arrived on Friday, it consisted of the instructions, two 12×12 cm watercolour card pieces ( I don’t think I have … Continue reading
over a period of time I eventually collected the entire range of neocolor, I bought 10 a week, and crossed each colour off their chart. Problem was how to store then, so I bought an upright container, with three split … Continue reading
Our hospice art auction on 20×20″ is fast approaching. I started a hare in oil, but have really been struggling, having not used oil for about a year, I have got rusty! I will finish it, but decided to start … Continue reading
I really enjoyed the last horse I did, with splashes of paint, so I decided to create another, but this one is larger, 20×14″ 140 lb Langton 100% cotton rough ( I usually work on 16×12″).
I was just finishing this tonight when a programme, ‘how to die’ Simons’s choice, came on BBC2 it is about a lovely family,and the impact that MND motor neurone disease has had on them, it focuses on the assisted suicide … Continue reading