An abstract landscape that evokes evenings in rolling countryside such as Wiltshire. I painted this using acrylics in one session, I wanted to capture that feel of the last light of the day and that magical moment between day and night. Painted on acrylic paper using a mixture of Windsor & Newton and Schminke artistsContinue reading “Starry Evening”
Daily photos of the same patch of sky, taken from my dining room door at roughly the same time every day.
Daily photos of the same patch of sky taken from my dining room doorway at roughly the same time every day.
It wasn’t until I showed this photo to someone that they pointed out there is a grumpy kitten peering over the top of the cloud. Not photoshopped, this is as it came it of the phone!
Daily sky, a photo taken of the same patch of sky from my dining room doorway at roughly the same time every day.
In part one I showed you how to lay down the first layer of the painting using watered down paint, this layer is often called the ‘tea’ or ‘coffee’ layer and should be thought of as the consistency of a cordial – very thin with lots of water. These first layers always look too darkContinue reading “STARTED A NEW WATERCOLOUR: SUNSET IN BEDMINSTER PART TWO”