I attempted a very quick impression of a beautiful painting of Spain I saw on the internet. It didn’t quite turn out, but that’s what art is all about! Experimenting, being inspired by other artists, trying things out, learning and having fun 🙂 Also it definitely didn’t help that I didn’t have a palette knife haha
Original artwork by Leonid Afremov
A birthday card, and my cute little pup – in watercolour 🙂
I’m currently visiting Birmingham in England. It’s an inspiring place, with street art and free galleries everywhere! I went to the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, and the first thing I saw was this (giant) painting. It was awe-inspiring and I couldn’t help but create a simple version for myself to keep (in my new sketchbook for 2020! Sadly the paper is a bit thin and got crumpled 😦 )
Something about that huge landscape, towering snowy mountains and tiny boat on the water made me just feel, ‘wow’.
I’ve been visiting my wonderful extended family in Croatia, and to thank each of them I painted some small scenes from our time on the islands. I’ve never been great at landscapes, especially buildings, but I like how these turned out!
Here’s two little watercolours from my travels, inspired by artworks and scenery along the way 🙂
A present for Fathers Day. One of my best watercolours so far I would say!