Still experimenting with colour shape and texture. The background needs a little work, but overall I'm pleased with the result.
Trying to create a piece of work every day.........I think I will have to use Paul Fowlers' technique of numbering the artwork!
Summer seems a long time ago now that we have had 2 days of rain and I have had to put a jumper on and wear a coat outside. Poo! At least the weather is making me get down to some work. Small paintings based on oyster shells..... Roll on summer!
After a very eventful and sometimes unpleasant summer, things have started to settle into the seasons turning from the lush greens and yellows to edges crinkling and turning brown. I thought I would try and paint every day to get back into the rhythm of art work and I turned to my garden for inspiration. I knew that this year would be a busy year with my father turning 90 and my nephew getting married, but no one could have foreseen that my daughter would end up in hospital over the summer and a quite worrying month ensued. Now that things are a bit calmer I took to my garden and saw the beautiful artichokes coming to the end of their flowering lives before they set seed. Who would not be inspired by such gorgeous colours and textures?
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