Lovely people, I have a new website and will no longer be updating this blog. It can be found here. If I have any readers who are not on Facebook and would like to help me with some testing I would be very grateful if you would make yourself known to me via the contact section on the new site. I would really appreciate it!
Hope to see you there! And please do let me know your thoughts on my new home.
Collage and watercolour on paper.
I moved to the coast, I may have mentioned that. As if I didn’t already love drawing pebbles, now I get to see them every day. And I was expecting my work to take a seaside turn as soon as I got here, that’s a given. But I wasn’t expecting to find sea lamps.
I imagine that the things protruding from the sea, looking like 1950s standard lamps, have a real life water safety purpose. They probably have a practical name that has nothing to do with interior ambience. But, to me, they are sea lamps. They are there to provide a nice warm glow to the daily goings on of aquatic life. Somewhere, deep down, a cod family are lighting a fire and watching – oh no she didn’t – Codonation Street while basking in the cosy glow of the sea lamps.
I do not wish to know the real reason they are there. I like my version.
Disclaimer: The real sea lamps do not have brocade shades and fringing. That’s that there artistic license for you.
Natalie commissioned this picture of a very carefree Wendy, to celebrate her new life by the sea.
I was commissioned by photographer Samantha Ward to create an image that she could use alongside her branding for her new family photography venture.
Samantha wanted an image of a little girl (Scout) and her pet Wolf…and here they are! You can see Scout and Wolf at home on Samatha’s website http://www.scoutandwolf.com.
I was commissioned by Marie to create this image as a wedding gift for her brother, who recently married his partner Paul at Tower Bridge. Must have been amazing, imagine the views! Congratulations!