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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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Painting 23 – 27 May 2017

Last week we had fun in the classes painting dancers: For the demonstration painted below I used Watercolour, tissue paper, ink and acrylics. For this image I used acrylic and is painted on recycled grease-proof paper from the Playresource in … Continue reading

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Paintings 16 -20 May 2017. Sunflowers and Birds

Sunflowers Painted in the acrylic class:   And in the Watercolour class:   Birds in watercolour painted using a palette knife on a wet background base. In some of them I added white acrylic.

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Exhibition at the Crescent Arts Centre

Thank you so much for everyone attending the opening last Thursday and supporting me. I am really please with the outcome. It was a lovely busy evening and I am delighted to see the paintings up in the gallery at … Continue reading

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Paintings 2 – 13 May

Sunflowers painted in the Watercolour class, I used some masking fluid and palette knife to add texture in the grass area.     Here some daisies painted in watercolour:   And then same daisies in acrylic:   Birds in Watercolour: … Continue reading

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Paintings 25 April – 6 May

Squirrel painted in the Watercolour classes: And another version of the squirrel:   Fox painted in the Watercolour class: And in the Acrylic classes:   Some Trees painted in the watercolour classes:     And in the Acrylic classes:   … Continue reading

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