Kim Whitby and Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year 2016 Thank you Mr Stuart Barker and Strong Island. I just found out about this 😀
Please share this reminder with anyone you think will be interested, as it’s almost time for me to hide behind the sofa – my wildcard heat of Landscape Artist of the Year is on Tuesday at 8pm! Here’s a photo of two lovely current commissions in production; reproductions of two double sketchbook pages from my …
Proper fast sketching in Portsmouth yesterday. Here’s just one of them.
An old page from my MA sketchbooks for #inktober- from when I drew onboard HMS Victory. The long planks on the deck are fabulous patterns and there are great patches of light, which pour in through the gun ports.
I’ve updated my ‘artist’s box’ ready for the Spice Island Art Trail on Sunday. Only two sleeps to go! Come along to this free event, 11-4pm in Old Portsmouth, which is part of Portsmouth Festivities. I am exited to be returning to The Royal Naval and Royal Albert Yacht Club again to exhibit, but …
You know how it is when you make lots of work but you don’t get anywhere ….(part2) – Gunwarf Quays, Portsmouth. It’s been one of those weeks! On a more positive note I think I might now know where I’m heading next 🙂 – artistically – not geographically!
Tiny sketchbook watercolour in Gunwarf Quays.
55x75cms A drawing today back in Gunwarf Quays, Portsmouth. I’m loving the pollarded trees poking up into the sky. To make it more fun for myself I left my brushes at home and took a bag of oil painting brushes instead. Luckily they were clean but they were rather stiff!
I’ve been drawing in Portsmouth today. Dull/bright/cloudy/sunny. The joys of working outside in the UK.