Monthly Archives: February 2016

‘Ewe see’ watercolour sheep

This was so much fun to paint, sploshing and slashing paint to create a different type of fur coat, to those I am used to painting. I can’t wait for spring to arrive, with all those cute lambs dancing around … Continue reading

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Face on book pages, using Indian ink and pastel

Hidden behind my ‘Hareball’was another unfinished painting, it had been hidden for almost a year, I had ripped up a book I got from a skip at the beginning of 2015, it was used in a number of paintings I … Continue reading

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Just charcoal- hare

I find it hard to resist adding colour, even if it is natural shades of brown. In the past when I have started a charcoal picture I have grabbed the colour pastels, or derwent tinted charcoal. This time I have … Continue reading

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At last ‘hareball’ is finished- watercolour

I have finally finished this watercolour hare after 4 months. He has been sat on the side half complete, waiting for me to consider finishing, today was the day.

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‘Two for one’pastel, this is a combination of two cats, brother and sister Norwegian forest cats Ginge and Willow

If you think this looks a little strange, you would be quite correct, because this is actually two different cats. They are brother and sister Norwegian forest cats, willow is tabby on the left, and Ginge is ……ginger!! On the … Continue reading

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