Tag: Flowers

Just Playing

Having a broken wrist means that you can’t carry too much equipment to your Art Society meeting. So, I just took a piece of watercolour paper, my Winsor & Newton pan set and one brush last week with a view to having a play with the paint. This was the result – I particularly like …

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Spring Blossom

It’s the time of year when the trees are bursting with blossoms varying from white through to bright pink. Thought I would paint a small picture of white blossom based on some I saw the other day. What do you think?

A Host of Daffodils

I just can’t help myself whenever I see daffodils I want to paint them. Last week someone left a vase with a few daffodils in the workshop at our Art Society – I just had to paint them!  No pre drawing just straight in with the brush. What do you think?

Using Phthalo Blue for my background

This weeks subject for my classes is Snowdrops and over the past few weeks ideas about how to paint them have been going through my mind. At Art Club I had finished the piece I was working on and wanted something to do for a few minutes. Using a scrap piece of paper I quickly …

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Private View

Had an enjoyable evening last night at Stevenage Art Society’s Private View talking art with other artists and catching up on the gossip! It’s our Christmas Exhibition and in addition to paintings both framed and unframed we had pottery produced by the potters of the Society. Bought a rather pretty glazed bowl for a snip. …

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Crab Apple Blossom

As a beginner most of us want to draw out the subject before we go anywhere near the paper with paint as we are not confident enough. I now tend to draw as little as I can get away with unless the subject is particularly difficult as I think that you get a freer painting …

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Welcome to my first blog on my new website. This website is a venue for me to express myself and show you more of my art. I will be blogging on a fairly regular basis with all sorts of stuff from ideas through to finished paintings. There will be a regular Newsletter “All about Anne’s …

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