Tag Archives: watercolours

The Art of Music

Art and music: the two go together like peaches and cream…. or occasionally like chalk and cheese. I love painting to music and I have a fairly varied taste so it could be that I’m listening to anything from opera to … Continue reading

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Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours Exhibition

Last week I went to the private view of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours annual exhibition at the Mall Galleries. I was very happy to have my work on display there and had looked forward to seeing … Continue reading

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Artist Against Exploitation

Job offers are great, aren’t they? Imagine that warm feeling when someone has sought you out; they must like your work, appreciate your skills, and think of you as a valued member of their team, mustn’t they? Maybe not. Last … Continue reading

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Exciting News

Today I’m very happy to learn that I’ve had two paintings accepted for the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours 199th annual exhibition at the Mall Galleries in London. I haven’t submitted any work to them before so I … Continue reading

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Cute, With Attitude!

Little Owl Sketch Here’s a watercolour sketch of the little owl I was watching last night.  Painted about the time of yesterday’s blog post.  I love little owls as they always seem to be smouldering with rage, whilst being very … Continue reading

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NEWA entries

Here are the three paintings I’m submitting to NEWA this year.  That’s the National Exhibition of Wildlife Art, based at the Wirral.  Two acrylics and a watercolour.  Going for the traditional, the shapes-linking-bird-with-habitat and the I-can-do-detail images this time.  Now … Continue reading

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