I decided to start September with a challenge to myself – to complete 30 paintings in 30 days ! I had been given lovely watercolours from a colleague who didn’t use them. This prompted me to start some floral wreaths in various tones. Happy to say I’m keeping on course … here they are ….. so far!!
If you would like to treat yourself (or someone else) to an original pencil artwork of your dog …head on over to my Etsy store !! (short waiting list at the moment) xx 🙂
…are now hanging up in their new home in Texas, USA … thanks to Carla for this lovely photo. I really like to see how you have them all framed up and arranged on your wall – thank you so much for letting me see them!! 🙂 Enjoy!!
Please head over to my Facebook page and like if you wish 🙂 …ta! xx
The above abstract painting called ‘The Gathering’ will be up for auction on Thursday 9th March in Belfast (see below for details) or check out Ink Monkey Facebook page
If you are trying to buy local handmade items for an upcoming birthday present, anniversary gift or dare I say (whispers) Christmas – then come back a little later to my Facebook Page!! I have a number of pieces back from Ross’s Auction Rooms and I have nowhere to put them!! It’s like a gallery in my living room 🙂!! So…here’s the plan …I’ll go and take some photos … when they’re downloaded – the first person commenting ‘SOLD’ will get the artwork ..all good reductions! (please note – small P&P charge may be payable)
See you all later over on my Facebook page!
I’ve had such a great relaxing day …how about you? I actually painted this on Friday evening with my new acrylic colours. They are so vibrant and this is a very textured canvas … looking forward to using them again soon. My brother in law said this is Errigal in the Mournes and I believe him!! Please let me know what you are working on at the moment … ! Bye for now and enjoy your week ahead. Mo x
The end of art is peace ………….. Poet Seamus Heaney
Although I have never watched Game of Thrones (not one episode!)… I know that some of the Northern Ireland locations are around the North Coast. This view is towards Mussenden Temple from Portstewart Strand … I’ve taken out all the other buildings and my artist’s impression is just the landscape/seascape!