Today it is not a painting, this cabbage was drawn using layers of watercolour pencil.
A Hundred Days of Art, day 91.
‘Jazzy Sheep’, sometimes you just have to paint for fun.
A Hundred Days of Art, day 90.
Today’s painting is of a heron, they are so calm and stately. We have one that flies across our garden, usually followed by crows trying to chase him off. He takes no notice at all, just continues to sail by.
A Hundred Days of Art, day 89.
Acrylic today, a single red poppy.
A Hundred Days of Art, day 88.
Dancing beavers today, and why not.
A Hundred Days of Art, day 87.
This is a view of Mousehole, a beautiful fishing village on the South Cornwall coast near Penzance.
A Hundred Days Of Art, day 86.
This is a repeat pattern based on an acrylic painting. I enjoy playing about with perspective but then being able to do the repeat pattern can keep me happy for days. Here is the original.
A Hundred Days of Art, day 85.
Today’s painting is a little doodle of a dancer, a quick splash of colour with ink highlights.
A Hundred Days of Art, day 84.
This is a tiny beach on the North coast of Cornwall near Widemouth. It is a few miles from my home and is wind battered and dramatic, so of course I love to go there to blow away the cobwebs.
A Hundred Days of Art, day 83.
This one is an illustration for a short story in a book by Colin Beazley. A clockwork heart.