Tag Archives: blue

Skies and clouds in watercolour

Skies, or should we really say clouds, are rather addictive in watercolour! They can add drama, or be a soft backdrop to your landscape. Here are a few of my top tips: Take care not to make clear blue skies … Continue reading

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Milk jugs

Last weekend I went to the Spring Fair, which is a massive buying exhibition held at the NEC Birmingham, covering gifts, greetings, home – frankly everything. I came away inspired to produce my own range of mugs, jugs and pepper … Continue reading

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Move over darling – mega cows – the finished article

It stopped raining for about five minutes today, so here is the final photo of the cows: And I couldn’t resist this picture of Mr C studiously ignoring the prickly feeling you get on the back of your neck when … Continue reading

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Canvas cow – step by step (or jump by jump)

Ever thought of painting watercolour on canvas? Here’s my first attempt and I am hooked! Continue reading

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Watercolour on canvas

I love watercolour. I love the runs, dribbles and happy accidents, but what I don’t like is the traditional way you have to present it. I feel that glass and the mount, puts a barrier between the viewer and the … Continue reading

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