This month was an extraordinarily productive one. My husband was away in the first half and I got into the habit of truly painting for an hour or so every day and maybe a bit more on the weekends. When
This painting is entitled „The cock of the Baskervilles“ because I was listening to „The hound of the Baskervilles“ by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle when painting it.
I’m still grasping for straws for that upcoming exhibition on the topic „Above/Upstairs“. It’s a strange theme but I did my best to come up with my take on it. This was an idea I had when I was sitting
During our visit to the American family last summer we went on quite a few drives. Not my favourite thing, a drive, because I prefer to explore places in a more active manner. But it does have its advantages: you
My husband has broken his ankle last week, and while he was in the GP’s practice to get his bandages renewed I went around the corner and sketched this door front in a tiny alley. I tinted it at home.
Another idea and draft for a larger painting. The topic which I am trying to tackle is „Above/Upstairs“; that’s the title of the next show in my local art club and I want to contribute fittingly. All my paintings are
This is an idea for a larger painting in watercolours. My favourite part of it is my neighbour’s longjohns and I can’t wait to paint them real big soon 🙂 Dies ist ein Entwurf für ein größeres Aquarell. Ich mag
These shoes just suit me. They are pretty unfashionable what with their non-shininess, the thick sole and the roundish shape but that’s just what I like about them. They’re my little duckfeet. – Quick 20 mins sketch to brighten up
Reference photos are just that: photos which help you in composing a painting. This means that much of the information contained in the photo can be adapted to suit your pupose in terms of colour, composition and overall mood. Musing
This is my favourite small coffee mug. I bought it at Whittard of Chelsea just after I had started my doctorate at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland. For me and back then, Whittard of Chelsea was the epitome of