A catch up of some recent paint time

I know I have been slack at posting, but here is a snippet of some of my recent time spent painting. Lots of animals.

 

A special little dog called Hubble from little dog laughed, I had been meaning to paint him for a while after his mum kindly said I could use his photo. He is my favourite dog here on WordPress, take a look at the blog through my link, dogs with character, and of course some great photography effects.

'Hubble' the little dog I have fallen in love with here on WordPress at 'little dog laughed' 10x7" 140 lb cold press, thank you Hubble ❤️

‘Hubble’ the little dog I have fallen in love with here on WordPress at ‘little dog laughed’ 10×7″ 140 lb cold press, thank you Hubble ❤️

A pair of gorgeous guinea pigs, belonging to a patient at my place of work, they spent many days in her room keeping her company, and are such little chatter boxes.

'Perfect pair' watercolour and pen Guinea pigs 10x7" 140 lb coldpress. These two cuties belong to a patient at work, they visit daily, and I could not resist painting the pair, the painting is now on her room wall

‘Perfect pair’ watercolour and pen Guinea pigs 10×7″ 140 lb coldpress. These two cuties belong to a patient at work, they visit daily, and I could not resist painting the pair, the painting is now on her room wall

Another painting for a patient, ‘Minnie’ is an amazon yellow headed parrot, I was asked if I could include her feathers into the painting so used them to create a frame by sticking them on the mount.

Two horses from the fortune centre of riding therapy, they offers an amazing opportunity for teenagers/young adults with special educational needs to participate in a course based around learning through horses the course runs upto a maximum of three years, sadly Ella was put to sleep recently, but good memories remain in the hearts of many.

Two lovely lurches ‘smoker’ and cobweb’ that belong to my daughters boyfriends’ family, I love painting lurches, they are just not easy to get a photograph of, as soon as the camera comes out they go shy! I was lucky on this occasion.

Lastly I was asked by a friend if I could change a picture she had of a cow, it had so much red on it, the poor cow looked like it was in the slaughter house, see what you think??? Here are the before and after photos, I used oil paint to make this cute cow more appealing to her very young daughter,

Thats all folks, I hope to pop back soon

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About REcreate-RebeccaEvansCreate

My name is Rebecca Evans, living in the New Forest I have been inspired to paint the many animals often seen around me. Having ridden since Childhood, painting equines was a natural path to follow. I use a variety of media, watercolour, oil, charcoal, pastel,inks, plus a few more, infact I will try most things. Choosing the medium to work with can really change the effect of the art, and therefore the character of the animal. Sometimes it is an instant decision, sometimes it is the mood from within me which determines which medium I choose to use. I never know what might inspire me next, but if it’s hairy, I will be sure to try.
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12 Responses to A catch up of some recent paint time

  1. cindy knoke says:

    You are sooo talented!

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  2. Jacob says:

    I’d say the cow is a definite improvement – much warmer and more inviting! Lovely catch-up collection 🙂

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  3. CRayArtMusic says:

    Wonderful and Hubble is quite the dresser.

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  4. Excellent as always!

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  5. Amazing work! Love them all. I think the little guinea pigs are my favourite though, they have such adorable little faces. 🙂 xxx

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  6. Oh my goodness Rebecca!! I had to sit down a moment when I saw Master Hubble’s face-this is just beautiful and I believe you have really captured his essence so wonderfully. Your talent continues to enchant and enthrall us-Thank you so much–I cannot express how amazing Hubble’s journey has been from an emaciated and abused little dog to a dog full of confidence (and fans) who take delight in his adventures. If you would ever consider selling this, please let me know. And thank you so much again-Hubble and I are deeply grateful and touched-(and I love all of the animals shown, but those lurchers are elegantly and beautifully done!)

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