What the hell was I thinking?! How self-doubt stole my paintings.
I have a rather poorly husband at the moment, but have been able to squeeze in a little experimentation with oil and cold wax.
I really do find watercolour one of the hardest and most unforgiving mediums to use. Having the right paper and good brushes is a good starting point and good quality paints of course.
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Travelling West Acrylic, glass and texture paste on deep edged canvas in a white floater frame 300mm x 600mm SOLD This year I have made quite a few trips to England to visit family and this is loosely inspired by the Lake District scenery around Grasmere where we...
Breakthrough Acrylic, india ink and texture paste on canvas 400mm x 400mm, £170 (plus delivery) There is brightness behind and promise ahead and a dense dark maelstrom to deal with in the middle. This painting signifies a moment of remembering the light or glimpsing...
I’m thrilled to be part of a joint exhibition with five other local artists at the Harbour Cottage Gallery in Kirkcudbright.
I have a selection of scarves and shawls on display at the Harbour Cottage Gallery Christmas Fayre from 5th – 16th December 2017.
A collection of seascapes inspired by our beautiful coastal location
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A collection of paintings inspired by the concept of pilgrimage