Two of my wave paintings – first one acrylic, second one in oil, both big 36″ by 36” – gone to London and Bridport, both new owners very happy.
A highland cow that we found peeking over the long grasses, he looked so friendly and cuddly that I had to draw him. Pencil drawing on paper.
Thought I’d try a bit of a different style, lots of action with a squeegee! Acrylic on canvas 36×24″. For sale at £140.
This was painted during the Covid-19 lockdown and made me think of distant hopes for the future when the mess in front of us had passed.
Lions are very popular, so I thought it’s about time I drew one or two; this one was looking very proud. As with many of my drawings, this was based on a photograph by our talented daughter Loren.
I went for some different colours this time; thinking this would fit well with grey furniture or decor. When in sunlight or a well-lit room, the gold vein really pops out. Acrylic on box canvas 24×24″.
First painting of the year and I fancied a bit of colour! It’s in acrylic, nice and big at 36″ by 36″ called Salsa, because I thought it looks a bit hotter than some of my other paintings…
The first round of the Italian range pots went down so well that I am now making a new batch. They take two days to make, starting with cutting the shapes, leaving overnight to leather harden; then joining together the body; attaching a neck and carving ’til it is nice and smooth. Each one unique.
This was the first batch, now mostly sold…
Some my new pots I have made in my Italian range. Because of the way these glazes work, I never know how they are going to look till I open my kiln, how exciting!
My pencil drawing of a Zebra; such a pretty animal, and lovely to draw.