I had fun with this one. :-) I wanted to do a big hare with thick juicy paint. I like this standing pose with the light coming from behind him and his shadow in front of him. He’s painted with thick acrylics using a knife and a brush on a 24×24 inch stretched canvas. I enjoyed it so much I’m tempted to do another large painting soon.
A boxing hare cushion. It’s made of polycotton and has my watercolour painting of boxing hares, One In The Eye, on one side. The other side is a plain cream 100% cotton. Its approx 16 inches square and has a zip along the bottom. It comes with a plump fibre insert in the UK. I have only one.
There are many London Plane trees all over the city. Their leaves can grow to a huge size and there’s a big variation in the shapes and colours too. One tree, not far from me, has very dark leaves in Autumn, with dark reds and purples, almost black at the edges when they fall. This brooch is inspired by that tree. It has black edges turning to red and gold in the centre with touches of green and blue here and there.
A big red Maine Coon cat sitting in the sun. I do love painting big ginger fluffballs! This lad is full of colour with pinks, yellows and greens in his coat and teal whiskers.He is painted in watercolour and paint pens on 16×12 inch Fabriano paper.
He comes in a 20×16 inch single mount and a shabby chic frame. The frame is a box frame in wood, lightly painted white and distressed to create a shabby chic style. It’s has acrylic glass to make it safe to ship
A new leaf brooch, a sycamore, the first of this years Autumn Leaf collection. This leaf is full of Autumn colours, gold and orange with touches of green with slivers of silver through it.
It’s just on 2 inches high.
It has a pin on the back and comes in a gift box.
A unique handmade pheasant brooch. A running pheasant with iridescent feathers of blue, green and pink on his chest, reds and gold up his tail and silver legs.
He is just over 3 inches long from beak to tail feathers.
He has a silver plated pin on the back and comes in a gift box.
A beautiful spotty bengal cat. He’s painted in watercolour with paint pens and some metallics too. After all, a bengal needs a touch of glitter in his coat. The photos don’t show it but some of the his fur has metallic copper watercolour in places and in certain light it gives a beautiful shimmer. He is painted on a sheet of 40x30cm Cornwall paper in watercolour and paint pens.
A beautiful red fox out for a stroll. She is red and orange with lots of gold through her coat. She has a pearly tail and muzzle and long black stockings with a touch of silver at the top. There are little hints of iridescent russet, blue and lilac in her coat.
Two beautiful tabby maine coon sisters curled up together in their basket. They are painted in oils on a wood panel and framed in a stained oak wood floater frame.