Sold this artwork a few days ago. It was a watercolour I painted many years ago. It had featured in an article in ‘Artists’ magazine. The article was called ‘Grandma’s woods,’ because the watercolours were inspired by my time playing in a wood near my grandmas house when I was a child. The woods were beautiful, but just a little spooky.
I am embarking on a series of acrylic paintings of trees, from imagination, to place as a backdrop to my stand at Patchings. This is the first completed painting. The painting below is about half way completed. I am really enjoying working with acrylic using spray cans and metalic colours in addition to my normal painting kit. I will post progress regarding the painting below soon as well as new artworks created for the show.
New painting in my quirky tree series
Completed this painting, which has been created with a mixture of watercolour and gouache, in the last few days.
I am busy finishing off artwork to place in portfolios on my stand at Patchings Art Festival on the 12th to 15th of July. This is the first time I will be attending with an artists stand. In the past I was working as a painting demonstrator, promoting products for Tynedale Fine Art products, mixing mainly with the materials manufacturers and distributers. I am looking forward to meeting new collectors and both professional and amateur artists who will be at the Festival.
Here is one of my latest quirky watercolours completed in the last few days.
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For anyone interested in art it would make a fun day out. I would love to see you there.