My lovely assistant is looking very pleased with himself after helping me with a busy day of framing ready for my solo exhibition on Tuesday 10th November. I’ve chosen white frames for all of my colourful pieces, and I have to say I’m very pleased with how they all look now they are framed, bubble wrapped and ready to go!
I love the sky. It’s like a beautiful painting that the artist is always working on, forever changing in different levels of light and shade. I will never tire of painting it or the endless inspiration it brings.
I’m currently working on a new collection of colourful paintings inspired by amazing smeared sky photography Matt Malloy. If you have not seen these incredible and unusual photographs yet I highly recommend taking a look! As soon as I saw them I knew I had to use them as reference for a vibrant new selection of work. There are plenty of eye catching new paintings on my easels at the moment that I can’t wait to share with you ☺ Watch this space!
I love to paint what happiness feels like to me. Bright, intense and full of technicolour. My latest painting on the easel this week ☺
Sometimes when it’s dull and grey outside you need to brighten up your day by matching your dress to your artwork. Never fails to cheer me up. It’s the simple things in life ☺
These are the colours I’m looking at this evening. Sunsets are full of dreams and endless possibility!
Just let loose and scribble! Art is supposed to be fun! 🙂 If you could name the colour combination that I’ve used here what would you call it and why?
Shifting gear a bit towards more abstract pieces…sometimes it’s fun to paint the colours and shapes that you see when you blur your eyes and let go of the need to create something realistic ☺ Does anybody else think that dandelions are beautiful?
Sometimes you just need to step back from a painting for a while, and come back to it with a fresh wave of inspiration. I picked this painting back up after a few months and it added a new lease of life ☺ It’s a playful and slightly nutty exploration of my love of dogs. They make me very happy!
There is something about a beautiful tree at a riverside with the sunshine dancing though the leaves. I can’t explain how beautiful I find it. It is one of the places that makes me feel most peaceful. So I have started to paint my favourite place. This is where I am so far. What makes you feel peaceful?