In this latest series of work, I was really focusing on developing my sunset palette of colours to obtain a magical glow of light. It's not easy, I can tell you! The colours can easily become muddied as they overlap one another. I've learnt a lot about the colour pink recently... As I'm sure you know, pink is made from mixing white and red but which red? I'm lucky enough to have qu...
Over the last few weeks, I’ve been working on a series of lone trees with big skies which is one of my favourite themes. The skies have a particular fascination for me as I observe real sunrises and sunsets in Northumberland. There’s a myriad of colour combinations, constantly changing – even if I just did skies, I don’t think I’d ever exhaust the creative possibilities!
Our Spring event this year is going to be really special. The resident artists at the Hearth, including me, are joining forces with Network Artists North East to put on a spectacular display.
Open 10am to 4pm on Sat 18th & Sun 19th May
The Hearth is situated in the village of Horsley (the church buildings), Northumberland, 10 mins from the A1. Postcode NE15 0NT
Our guest artists will...
In my last blog, I shared my work in progress on monotype paintings with varied themes and colours. I'm happy to announce that these original monotypes are now complete and ready for sale.
Beyond the Bulrushes was a particularly complex print involving at least 9 layers of colour and a collaged shape for the heron.