I am not just making jewellery, I am doing a lot of painting too. This one is tiger out for a stroll. I love this head on view of him, you really see what a powerful cat he is as he strolls along the bank.
He is painted in watercolour and inks with a touch of thicker acrylic paint, on 20×14 inch Fabriano Artistico paper, which has a lovely texture. He comes in a 24×18 inch double mount.
A unique handmade wolf brooch. This wolf is howling to his pack. He stands on a dark rock with swirls of copper through it. He has a coat of dark blue, like a midnight sky, with gold running though his fur.
He is just under 2 inches from nose to tail and just under 2 inches high.
He 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 new border terrier Christmas card. Toddy is fast asleep. He’s exhausted from ‘helping’ to wrap presents and he’s dreaming of Santa. What will he bring him I wonder?
This is one of my pieces for the Society Of Feline Artists show in London in September. A black, red and gold walking cat in resin and pigments.
A new watercolour painting of a running frenchie having a good time on the beach. I think I’ll call it A Run On The Beach.
My new resin piece is a hare by moonlight. He sits in the grass with a huge pearly moon behind him. I have some new metallic pigments and I wanted to use them in this piece. I like the way they look in his coat, the rusty colour in his body is gorgeous.
A new painting, this black cat has been painted using resin. This is the same process I use for my jewellery and I wanted to try a cat portrait. He has come out rather well I think. I love the way the resin looks like poured glass and the way the gold sparkles through him. He is an 8×8 inch painting on panel in a black floater frame. He’s sold.
A hare hopping through the fields is a sign that spring is on it’s way. This hare is painted in watercolour and paint pens on Saunders Waterford 16×12 inch paper. His whiskers are gold, lilac and teal.