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Eyes Wide Open
The artwork has been created in 2020. It's an oil painting on deep edge cotton canvas. Figure of a yound beautiful woman, resting on a red velvet throw. She is dressed in white bridal gown, has red long hair. Her head is pointed downwards and left arm is outstretched. Her eyes are wide open.
MEETING BY MOONLIGHT
In ancient times, cats were worshipped as gods, and not just for the Egyptians. Over history, black cats were bought for good fortune, especially for sailors so they would return home. Another superstition is that a black cat on a wedding day will bring the couple good luck in their marriage.
Stones of Henge
Misty Twilight, Venice.
Girl and the Owl
Blue Tit on Ivy Leaves
An adorable little blue tit perched on trailing ivy leaves. My thanks to Albert Horsborough for kind permission to use his wonderful reference photo. The blue tit (cyanistes caeruleus) is a much-loved garden and woodland bird, widespread in the UK and much of Europe, entertaining us with its agility at our back yard bird feeders. Like the chickadee, it is part of the paridae family. Derwent Lightfast and Caran d'Ache Luminance pencils on Clairefontaine Pastelmat board with Pan Pastel background. All materials used are acid free and meet the highest standards of lightfastness.
Is it Spring yet?
I couldnât resist this baby hedgehog when I saw this photo and knew I just had to create it. A donation of this sale will go to Dottieâs Little Hog Hospital hedgehog rescue in Herne Bay, Kent. It is run by two amazing women Jo and Jen who rely on the kindness of donations and fund raisers.
Springtime on the Malvern Hills
Original watercolour on Two Rivers handmade 100% Rag paper.Painted from the foothills of the Herefordshire Beacon ( British Camp ),looking towards the Worcestershire Beacon and Colwall Green.This painting featured in The Leisure Painter Magazine ( Sept 2018)in different stages from the actual drawing to the completed work.
Back in childhood I
This painting is created as one of the works in the series about toy train. These works were inspired by my son. Games with my son led me into thinking about my childhood, and my toys. Some of which have not changed over time. And this could be considered a monument to my father because there is no longer Him to ask about His childhood.