Wednesday, 22 November 2017

LILLY

LILLY
This adorable dog is owned by good friend and neighbour Ricky, she is such a friendly and cute little thing, I have been planning on a piece of artwork of her for some time and was pleased to hand it over to Ricky today, now I can post pictures on Instagram as he now knows what it looks like, I normally post progress images as I work on them but I didn't in this case as I wanted it to be a surprise.

Thursday, 9 November 2017

New Dog portrait.

My latest and first painting since the opening of my studio (discounting the pebbles I painted), this lovely dog was photographed at the Gimingham dog show Sarah and I attended earlier this year, I seem to think her name was Lily?? but I may be wrong!
I used Gouache paint and coloured pencil on this piece.
 Here are the 2 pebble paintings I did, the top one is a Goldcrest and the bottom are Long tailed tits. Really enjoyed doing these and can't wait to do some more larger designs.

Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Studio is Ready.

The Hairy Artist67 in his new studio
My studio is now finished with the help of my wife Sarah. Artwork hanging and cards displayed in a new carousel, complete with coffee machine I think I will be content stuck in here for many an hour!

Sunday, 24 September 2017

LUNA.

Luna
I finished up working on "Luna" and was pleased that the owners Mark & Elaine loved the piece when I took it to them. I enjoyed drawing a Boxer and I am sure it won't be the last.

Saturday, 2 September 2017

Working on Luna the Boxer.

Lots of DIY on our new house is constantly keeping us busy and I hadn't started anymore to the prepped drawing of Luna the Boxer dog. But as you can see I have been able to get going on it. Should be completed by the end of the week.👍

Sunday, 6 August 2017

New Beginnings in Trimingham Norfolk.

Seems ages since I last wrote an entry, after a ten week wait Sarah and I finally moved to Norfolk. We now have a lovely hobbit house in Trimingham next to the coast. We are so happy now we have gotten here, not that we were unhappy before it's just this is our final home to be. We walk to the coastal path just a few minutes away and after a bit of a descent and climb we are on a pretty much secluded beach. I am excited about what I may find and see around the village, I have already started to list what I am seeing from-in-over the garden and the list is growing weekly, the numbers are excitingly better than what I had at the old house and with the onset of migration close it is looking interesting. My artwork will once again start soon, there is a lot of decorating and stuff to sort and in October my new studio is arriving and being made which is exciting news, I already have work that backing up so I shall be busy.
Here are a few images from the coast of Trimingham, our new home.







Saturday, 24 June 2017

"Ruby".

"Ruby"
Last year Sarah and I stayed in Norfolk, the owners had a collie called Ruby, I took a couple of photos back then hoping to one day get around to drawing/painting her, such a lovely colour and friendly dog. I completed this piece using coloured pencils and then added painted gouache to the white areas only.