beautiful colours in the painting in Kelly’s shop
Good morning all…I had a painting day yesterday…I love all the beautiful trees around my home and this painting was inspired by them
Morning all, lots of visitors yesterday so never got round to doing anything I intended… Still, I have at least found time to list this picture today!
morning Trevor…great photography…
Today I have another aceo…
Morning Brenda, thank you
A new listing today, plus I’ve given my shop a complete rebrand overnight:
I’m also offering a 25% discount for all fellow Folksy shop owners in my store - anyone interested just contact me and I’ll give you the code
Good Morning a 25% discount for my folksy friends, this us the code robust at the check out folksyshopdiscounts
Here are my poppies on a black canvas board
morning all…dark when I got up this morning…not nice…
Trevor I could do with a rebranding…(ME not my shop ha ha)
Today I have a purple aceo…my favourite colour.
Morning Brenda, I very often feel like that too…
Here’s today’s new listing:
Interesting bird photo Trevor…How did you manage to capture them in flight…well done
Here’s a stormy beach scene, A3 watercolour.
I spent many years taking pictures of aerobatic air displays so a couple of birds was quite easy really…
Good morning all, that’s another great picture Graham, really like that…
This is my little offering for today, it’s one that’s quite high up in my likes of my works:
bit like my view outside today Graham…storm brewing out at sea !
Today I have another aceo mini painting of a waterfall
Morning all, I did this last night, its my first Highland Cow and I think I overworked it, will have another go I think. A4 watercolour.
Good morning, nice day here in Kent. Here’s my offering for today, hope you like it, I’m very much into water-based pictures and this one is from my home town::
Afternoon Trevor and Graham…great work…
I am the queen of overworking paintings Graham…sometimes the paint is so thick I could us the painting to tile the wall…ha ha…
today I just have a relist as I had to go to town…needed to send off my accounts for self assessment…daft when I haven’t paid tax since 1971 but they still insist on me doing it…Hey I am a 70 year old widow on a low pension…what a waste of time eh?
Maybe they have looked at my art and decided that I am SO brilliant, I will be making millions next year…ha ha.
Thanks Brenda, I got over my muddy Cow by taking refuge in my comfort zone, landscapes!
This is my take on a painting by Ray Campbell Smith, one of my favorite watercolour painters. Light, A3 watercolour.
morning…very dark here…not good for painting aceos…Might need to move the lamp closer.
Graham…great sense of light…
Today I have another aceo