Flipping heck it’s rainy out there!
Welcome to my studio news, from a very wet and windy Meldreth!New paintingsI’ve been super busy over the last couple of weeks, keeping myself well out of the way of any mischief! And as a result I have a few new pieces in the online shop, including this handsome chap.
A good friend of mine, and also a talented artist has encouraged me to be more experimental with my backgrounds! It’s important to push yourself creatively, and he is quite right, it lends a certain depth and interest to the piece. It’s so important to take advice and grow as an artist, and I have many people around me who help me do just that.See my new work here Wraptious competition So many of you have voted for me already and a few of you have even bought a cushion or two! Thank you SO much and from the bottom on my heart for your support!
if you haven’t done already I would really appreciate a Facebook like on each product. The top 12 artists get voted on at a huge homeware trade fair and the competition closes next week.
The prize for the winner is immense, and the standard so high I’m going to need all the help I can get! 😂 click on the bird on the cushion and he will take you there !
As a newsletter subscriber you are in it to win it!All of my lovely newsletter subscribers are entered into a prize draw to win 6 greetings cards of your choice from my range!
We went to great length with almost everyone I know being asked to choose high paper to use for them, and which designs too! I hope you like them, they are luxury but made from sustainable paper and so far the feedback has been excellent!
the cards are available for £2.50 each, 3 for £6 or 6 for £10
The competition will be drawn on 16th July! Watch this space and good luck!
Royston arts societyI’m delighted to say I have been accepted as a member of Royston Arts society, and although I just missed the deadline for this exhibition myself there are some fantastic pieces on display and for sale, head along and take a look if you can!
Talking of Royston arts society, here are the 3 pieces I have chosen for their permanent exhibition in Royston library! This exhibition changes monthly and has some fantastic pieces from local artists, all with very different styles and subjects.It’s nearly a year since I started this little arts business, my art and my style is really starting to develop, and I couldn’t have done it without your help and support so thank you!
“Enchanted words arts” has now officially retired, and “ The Accidental Artist” is now going strong, my decision to focus just on my painting has been the right one so far and I’m loving seeing what pops onto the paper more and more!
I am hoping to be represented in a few exhibitions over the autumn, and I’m in talks about being stocked in some local businesses too! There are also are secret talks in quiet corners about a little local exhibition of my own! Shhhhh! It’s a secret!! But do look out for news about that!
Until next time....