If you’d love to be able to paint a personal panorama as you view a lovely vista but don’t know where to start – sign up to my fortnightly art newsletter and CLAIM my nifty 1 page guide to semi-abstraction. Click the blue graphic below to claim it. It is an A4 printable PDF with the 5 steps I take to get from reality to … Continue reading Getting to Grips with Semi-Abstraction
Coming Soon – a free nifty semi-abstract watercolour landscape guide. Free upon sign-up to my fabby arty newsletter. Watch this space. Alison Continue reading Semi-Abstract Savvy
Gentle Forays into Drawing, Painting and Life. Join me as I refill my creative well. We will advance slowly, increasing awareness, developing perception, gathering art skills, deepening artistic vision and pottering along the way. For those who value stillness, silence and slowness as an antidote to activity, noise and speed. Here are a selection of images which I did to illustrate the various articles … Continue reading The Pottering Artist – A New Indie Magazine
Today I dedicated myself to drawing and painting badgers. This week I have been asked by two separate people if I had any badger paintings to sell. I only have one which isn’t brilliant and was painted years ago. Since then I hope I have improved my painting a bit and so I decided to focus on these gorgeous creatures. Here are my rough sketches … Continue reading Badger Bliss
This last 2 weeks I have drastically overhauled my YouTube channel. This pesky job has been 2 years in the waiting and now – as I recovery from surgery – I have the time to concentrate on it! It has been a huge relief to get all my images looking uniform with my signature purple strip and name in white. This makes it easier for … Continue reading Watercolour Tutorials on Youtube
Create Your Own Universe Today I received a book through the post called “Create Your Own Universe” – it’s for writers and illustrators and anyone who wants to create a fantasy world of their own – or even a real one! It’s by The Brothers McLeod – have a look at their website – they are my new and immediate creativity gurus. Their website … Continue reading Just discovered inktober in the nick of time!
Just lately I have had a month off from teaching my watercolour classes. Before I broke up for the summer I promised myself I would do some quirky and random play projects. So I did. I committed to my creativity by allowing my self some pure play – and it felt good! All I did was use lots of new colours that I had bought … Continue reading Watercolour Weaving – why not play and explore