I will never throw out this old acrylic still life painting. It is too dear to me. But maybe it can inspire something new…
This is a block interpretation of my still life drawing THE GARDENER. This style is an interesting way of mixing up your artwork.
I find my thoughts drifting more and more to winter art. This is a conflict for me because I thrive on sunshine and blue skies and blue water.
I remember the day we walked into art class and Mrs B had brought the garden bench to class!
More art in your life at this time will help you feel better! Who am I to argue with that!
Taking inspiration from surrealist artists, such as Salvador Dali, our task was so create a completely different artwork.
As we came to learn, our teacher lived across the road and it was easy for her to bring every day objects to class for us to draw or paint.
My current project is an Australian Pelican in acrylic paints. – work in progress
The bleakness of waiting for a train on a cold and windy day. This watercolour painting is from my artwork archives.
The ocean always makes me calm and relaxed. And making ocean art has the same effect. 🙂 … Click to see how this artwork came together…