Big Art Dump

have been focused on other areas of late, apologies for the lack of art here, I’ve been really busy however, here’s some of what I’ve been up to.

As I have a solo exhibition coming up in February, I thought I’d better try and learn how to paint, these small, often quick sketches are really helping…

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Sand and Shells…

very much enjoying having the watercolours out again. My life right now is pretty hectic and having these sorts of paintings on the go is a GREAT way to de-stress and focus on something other than ‘stuff’. Recommended.

Watercolour on Arches 300gsm hot press

11 x 8″

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Carn Brae- watercolours

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I’ve been messing around with the watercolours for a week or so, will upload more soon, in the meantime, here are a couple of very small watercolour paintings from last year based on photos from my UK trip.

Carn Brae-Cornwall.

Approx. 2 1/2″ or so…

Small Rocks…

When my sons were very young, they used to collect stones for me, as a sort of love gesture, I saved many of them and kept them in tubs. I pulled out a few out earlier today and painted them, great subjects for finding the¬†hidden little nuances that you wouldn’t normally pay attention to (as with the shells (posted earlier)) each stone is unique…

Recommended.

watercolour on parchment paper 8 1/4 x 11 3/4″

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