Author Archives: Daniela Balmaverde

About Daniela Balmaverde

Freelance artist

Painting classes 30th September – 14th October

Last couple of weeks I was in the mood for painting water! Also everyone in the class enjoyed to work on semi-abstract landscape. Very interesting works as outcome, we will definitely keep working with abstraction.   Below are two seascapes … Continue reading

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Painting Classes 23rd-27th September 2017

From this week paintings: Seagull and water in acrylic:   Owl in Watercolour:   Old Bicycle in watercolour:   Stream and rocks in Watercolour:

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The Blackbird of Belfast Lough in the Belfast Art Map

I am delighted to see my sculpture the Blackbird of Belfast Lough featured in the 2017-2018 Belfast Art Map!    

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Painting Classes 5th-20th September 2017

September 2017 painting classes started busier then ever. Welcome to all, new and previous students that are facing some challenging paintings! Below is a demonstration of an owl in acrylic:   And in watercolour:   Birch trees in watercolour:   … Continue reading

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July August 2017 Summer Classes Paintings

After a long energising summer in Italy and France I am looking forward to see everyone back painting at the weekly classes in Andersonstown and the Crescent Arts Centre. The paintings below were done as demonstration during the summer term … Continue reading

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Paintings 6-10 June 2017

A challenge for the last classes before the summer term: people running. For these samples I glued using PVA craft and tissue paper on card. Then I splashed watercolour to add texture and defined the figures using charcoal. For the … Continue reading

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30 May- 3 June 2017: Paintings from the North Coast

Below a painting of the Giant Causeway done in the watercolour class. For this one I used Watercolour, pastels and white Gouache on brown Kraft paper.   Here two versions of Dunluce Castle in watercolour respectively on white and Kraft … Continue reading

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