I have long suspected that my tendency towards SAD is one of the reasons why I paint so many sunny and bright scenes. The motivation for painting bright summer beach scence from Port Eynon, Gower.
This is going to be a long list so I have split it into two. Its based on suggestions that have been made to me via this blog, facebook or in person. I have also found a few more on pinterest that I felt I had to add. These women are all feminist icons in my book as they were breaking accepted ideas of female behaviour and attempting to achieve financial independence. Something that all artists, male of female, dream of achieving today!
Chalford Hill and Chalford have an extraordinary number of paths winding up the steep hillsides. Until the 1930s donkeys were used to deliver goods up and down the hill.
I am delighted to have had my collection of urban minimal paintings featured in the highly respected Canadian Fowl Feathered Review!
I am only including living artists in this list (my husband, pointed out that I had missed Gwen John). These are based on suggestions made to me and a few more that I have discovered on Pinterest. I have enjoyed looking up female artists and found it quite […]
2017 has been a very successful year for my art with over 200 sales of paintings.
The part of Eastcombe that I have painted here is accessed down a steep single track road and it can be pretty treacherous in the winter ice.
My first blog focused on American contemporary female painters. Some of these artists I admire, or just like but I don’t think they necessarily influence my work in the way that the American painters in my first list do. Again most of them are not especially famous but […]
I got to walk on frozen snow earlier in the week. I had to travel all the way to the Cotswolds to find it. There had been a foot of snow the week before but it had almost all gone. Almost. There were remnants left in the cold […]