Been working away here, preparing for some exhibitions, so lots of new stuff, and unusual hangings.
These are my fab new prints on the etsy store, I just love them , they turned out so textural!
Tese are the next batch I hope to turn into prints. I really focused on expanding my Irish Wildlife Range
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oh..heres a few pics of some mad shows these guys were featured in!
What you can see is the knitted cups and tea cups hanging from the roof!, The next picture is from a 24hour walking gallery where all the pubs/shops/restaurants are hijacked by artists to become art galleries for a week!
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Been so busy lately have really been neglecting my blog.
But I have been working on foxes since January.
This was the first one done over January. I’ve stuck with those earthy fabrics and colours throughout as its cutesy and rustic.
You can see where I have used fabric marker to outline the main charcteristics.
I gently build up the colours and tonal areas.
The face has such a pursed look and softness.
The tree came almost last, I felt it was a little lonely looking in terms of composition so added free hand stitching and fabric to create depth.
The second fox, I have made into a Giclee Print.
WHats a giclee print as opposed to all the others?
well its professionally scanned and edited to fully represent the original in terms of texture, colour, depth and longevity.
The image above is the beautiful Sarah holding the smaller of the two sizes with Hamish, but below is the actual print.
Its amazing to look at and touch, defies its flat surface.
Here it is with FREE P&P for a limited time only.
Here is a sneak peak of my two new foxes, not yet framed, as the frames have just been painted and need waxing
They will be a bit tighter in the mount, but like the overall composition and a true representation of the stunning clever and cute Irish Fox.