Monthly Archives: August 2014

Fur and feathers – 14 Sept 2014

Do you love watercolor? How about painting animals? If you fancy a day concentrating on your art in Chalfont St Peter, I am running a workshop at Emerald Framing with the lovely Cath. And just to prove it, here’s her … Continue reading

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Marwell International Wildlife Art Society – my first international exhibition!

Earlier this year Colin Castle ( persuaded me to join MIWAS and now, here we are a few days away from their annual exhibition. It takes place at Rookesbury Park Manor, Wickham, Hants, PO176HT 29-31 August. Apparently its Europe’s largest … Continue reading

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Well-hard Mallard

I love the way ducks swagger. They look like the tough kids you avoid and should probably have pitbulls on bits of string or at the very least, a hoodie. A recent painting was called Reservoir Ducks, which made me … Continue reading

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Ducks in a row – step by step (or should that be waddle by waddle?)

I have been asked to paint some wild ducks, but without the usual background and complete with feet. My natural inclination is usually to paint half a something and have nice wishy-washy backgrounds so this was going to be a … Continue reading

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