Dropped these little snippets of childhood imagination off at RR Gallery this morning…..accessible and affordable at just £50 each!
Ready for the ‘Affordable Art for Affordable Counselling’ auction in aid of Help Counselling on Thursday 26th March 2015
Here’s a series of mini artworks (18x24cm) which I’ve made for the ‘Affordable Art for Affordable Counselling’ auction in aid of HELP Counselling on 26th March: I’ll also be taking along to my residency at Art Fix which starts on Saturday. I’ve been working on this large series of affordable illustrations for several weeks, these few have been inspired from the 1950’s children’s book The Wonderful Egg by Dahlov Ipcar. What I adore about this book is its restricted use of contrasting colours: pink, turquoise, yellow etc….so I’m sticking to a limited colour scheme for these little guys. Childhood Miscellaneous
I’ve replicated images from my imagination at the time when I was a child……
I used to daydream for hours imagining a world of little people and animals who befriended them….
Just need to paint, frame and my mini artworks will be ready to go up with my my Illustrations for
‘Affordable Art for Affordable Counselling Exhibition ‘at RR Gallery
‘Childhood Miscellaneous’ – inspired from the imagination of a child
16 x 24 cm
(Framed) Ink & Acrylic on paper
£42 each with 50% of proceeds going to charity Help Counselling
Thursday 26th March 2015
St Peters Church
Kensington Park Road
I’ll be holding an experimental drawing workshop this Friday 19th December (2-3pm) at Live Project (275-277 Fulham Road).
I’ll be taking you on an Artistic journey creating a series of of one & two minute drawings inspired from Matrioshka Dolls, teaching varying fast paced drawing techniques such as continuos line, reverse hand and one & two minute fast paced Illustrations.
So day three in and things are in full swing at the Christmas Live Project.
I’m having such a wonderful time meeting interesting and lovely people, being inspired by my talented fellow Artists and talking about my work and inspiration.
One thing which has constantly been commented on my customers & visitors is how well the Artists’ work compliments each other….I’m delighted to be showing alongside Artists: Anu Samarüütel & Marina Ard – whom I know through Debut Contemporary Gallery. Our Artworks work in harmony together as we all have contemporary, playful handwriting.
Me doing some Live Drawing – hand painted greeting cards