So this is the second week of Behind the Scenes here on my Blog and I hope you enjoy looking into how each of these art pieces were made for Drawlloween this year!
After having completed MerMay for the first time I felt I had a few subjected pieces I could see myself selling and began to re-brand my Etsy Shop and create these new listings..
Around this time in my Embroidery Journey it has come to the month of May and I had decided to try and join in on the Instagram Challenge MerMay..
When I came home from seeing all the gorgeous colourful paint strokes that made up Van Gogh’s paintings I found myself imagining how those individual strokes of colours could translate into threads in the floss I use within my embroidery..
And so this letter series began, starting out as gift pieces for family and friends I really loved how this simple little concept produced something so sweet..
Embroidery is one of those things I have wanted to try for many many years, seeing lots of artists on Instagram create beautiful things with the technique. So when I had quit my job at Argos last year and had some free time on my hands I knew this was something I wanted to try... Continue Reading →
With this extra free time on my hands I thought it was about time I sorted out a new Online Portfolio, I wanted it to be an individual site on it’s own separate page from this one. I wanted the images to be the focus but to also be able to find out the details... Continue Reading →
For those of you who don’t know about MerMay it is this rather popular Art Challenge on Instagram with over 308k posts this year! It was started by Tom Bancroft a Disney Animator and Character Designer with different words for each day to prompt the artwork. 14 ♦ Adrift For today's prompt I... Continue Reading →
Hi Everyone! So I know it has been a while since I last posted on here 375 days in fact! It has been a hell of a year full of lots of changes, work and projects and this is the main reason my blogging has taken a slip. But I hope to change this and... Continue Reading →
For those of you who don't know about the RA (previously written about in Charles I: King and Collector post) or The Summer Exhibition it is an annual art exhibition comprised of pieces selected by a committee. But the unique point of this exhibition is that anyone can enter and so anyone could be placed... Continue Reading →