I've been experimenting with the concept of a melting heart by letting the paint drips run where they wanted to, much like the uncontrollable direction your heart might take you. Click the images below to see them in full.
You Make My Heart Melt - Sold subject to payment
I have now completed my final piece in my Remembrance Series called 'He Preferred Daisies':
It is painted on A3 using watercolours and pen. Click on the image for more information.
This is the final piece in the series of 7 paintings. Below are the other paintings in the series.
Inktober was a big success and I was quite proud of myself for drawing every single day of the challenge. Some of the skethes are still available if you fancy an original piece. Thank you for all your support and suggestions through it.
I will be taking a break now to complete a few commissions before Christmas, so see you on the other side!
I am taking part in the world wide drawing challenge, producing an ink sketch every day of the month of October. Join in the fun and suggest a theme for one of the days. See the sketches so far on the Inktober page and watch me drawing them on my YouTube channel.
A Lost Love
Don't Forget to Notice The Small Things
Click the thumbnails to see the whole painting.
New Limited Prints Are Here!
I asked you on my social media which recent paintings I should make into limited prints and so here they are. And they look yummy! There is only 50 in each edition, so don't hang about.
Click the pictures below to take you to each painting's page.
Watch me draw my 'I Thought I'd Lost You' sketch, which is available to buy on the sketches page. There are also 14 other videos to watch. Enjoy!
The Love Project!
Have your say in my next project. I am asking people on my mailing list and my Facebook community to pick which are their favourite sketches, the most popular choices will be developed into larger paintings! So why not get involved and join in the fun!
So join the mailing list, email me or follow me on Facebook to have your say and watch the progress.