I wonder if we all have a subject and/or medium where we feel safe to ponder for a while? Mine has to be charcoal, pastel and flowers. Another A3 sketchbook study with beginnings in water-soluable oil pastels. I enjoy the carefree scribbling and painterly blending with water...freedom.
It's usually the same, you just play about in your sketchbook relaxed and carefree and it comes out better than expected, but it's on paper that is too thin to frame. Oh well enjoyed the process and shall use it again for another therapy session! 😊💕 From water soluable pastels to soft pastels. Great fun... Continue Reading →
There are an incredible variety of dahlia currently in bloom. My particular favourites are the loose spikey varieties. They remind of our trip to the Naritasan Shinshoji Temple in Japan where they grow and exibit the incredible range of chrysanthemums which began in 1883. https://images.app.goo.gl/4fQKAcWmbJmQwAjL7
Emerging from dark inky beginnings this piece of work burst onto the canvas with every positive fibre the brush and palette allowed. Colour is queen in my studio and although small in stature I believe this painting grabs the attention without being boastful. Contact me should you be interested in purchasing this work. Acrylic and... Continue Reading →