Tag Archives: Horse
These two will be framed and ready for Hampshire open studio 2019.
A short post after the previous one, here is a catch up of some of my recent paintings, plus the display at Jane Susan Upholstry.
I have been very occupied over the last five months with making my own watercolours, it has proved to be a trial and a joy, after many mistakes I now have a good selection of usable watercolours, and my tests … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
I have not been painting much the last couple of weeks, as I have recently started a new job. I have been riding between the rainy days during my spare moments. Hopefully once I have settled into my new routine … Continue reading
I have quite a few paintings left in a pile, they are my ‘gone wrong’ paintings, or is it that they didn’t go to plan? Either way, they are rejected….but maybe only for a few days. I really don’t like … Continue reading
This gorgeous boy just appeared rearing off the page, I really enjoyed painting him. I originally left the background white, then after looking at it for a few days I decided some colour was needed. Having added the colour ( … Continue reading
I am getting back into the swing of things, and now that the Christmas sparkle has settled, painting has resumed, almost back to normality…..and a couple more posts will follow this one. This was a quicky really, something I painted … Continue reading
I really need to apologise for not posting very frequently lately, however now the Christmas season is over, and we are into a fresh new year, I hope to get back to a little normality ( whatever that maybe)? Here … Continue reading
Today was my dead line for finishing some small watercolour paintings for tiger yard pop up shop. All are now framed and will be joining some prints I had done of previous paintings. The mini paintings are all 12cmx14cm, double … Continue reading