Butterflies today, I was playing about and got carried away. Playing is the best way to produce art, you never know where you will end up.
Today it is another page, in fact the first page, from my wren booklet. There is a link below to see all six pages.
Feed Me, another miniature, 3×5 inches, we met this beautiful chap on a farm visit. (Spot the mistake)
Foxy, this is one part of four illustrations for a poem by Don Moore. The Hedgerow Watcher. https://hellopoetry.com/poem/1548247/the-hedgerow-watcher/
Below is a link for a blog I did a while back about the illustrations.
A very unseasonable one today, this is a design for a Christmas card from a couple of years ago. It is time for me to start thinking about this years cards, it always seems strange trying to feel festive in July.
Today it is my Starlings, I love their chatter and miss them in the summer. Come November there will be huge flocks of them in the fields and if they are disturbed they rise together and stream overhead with a deafening beating of wings.
A peacock. There is a long story behind this painting and I spoke about it in an earlier blog. For those interested….https://wp.me/p7Ohdq-9h
Another page from my little Wren book. There are at least two wrens in the garden, they are usually seen searching for insects in the nooks and crannies of the old stone wall. This one is in watercolour and ink.
Seahorses today in watercolour, ink and salt.
Today it is Archie, we named him three years ago when he started coming to the garden to be fed. So his name has nothing to do with a certain baby. He taps on the door to get my attention and then eats sunflower hearts from my hand.