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Inside my Head


“The Landscapes of My Mind” 60 x 80 cms Luminance & Museum Aquarelle pencils on Canson pastel board. We all (most of the time) think and act differently (thank goodness). We come from different backgrounds, different life experiences and different … Continue reading

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DEALING WITH REJECTION


One of the downsides of being an artist is having at sometime or another, your work refused for an art award or an exhibition. You have worked so hard for a long time to produce a painting that you think … Continue reading

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NEGATIVE ABSTRACTION 5.


Let’s have a look at some of the finished paintings from Saturday’s workshop. The first thing that you will notice is the individuality of each of the artworks. It’s always important that your art is your own, expressed in your … Continue reading

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CHESHUNT ART CLASS 8.


Unusual Views Have you ever painted a panorama? Such compositions are wide and narrow, kind of stretchy-looking. They have far more width than depth and this gives you a whole, different perspective of how to look at a subject. Today’s … Continue reading

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BUILDING YOUR ART


I didn’t visit Brickendon as planned yesterday as it was too overcast despite being 26c. I need a still day with strong light to get the right ‘mood’ for my proposed Blacksmiths’ Shop drawing. I already have a plan (as … Continue reading

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