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My sister wanted me to paint her a galaxy. She loves Star Trek so I painted a galaxy with planet Covid and if you look real closely you can see the Starship
I love disappearing to that zone when painting, A wonderful quiet and serene place. Worlds apart from hustle and bustle, Far removed from reality to face.
Only working part time has left me with every afternoon free to paint, and think and mess about and experiment ... Don't think I can go back full time
The west coast of Tasmania in Australia is a wild place. Often the Roaring Forties bring huge swells crashing against the rugged coastline. You can feel
Learn how to paint this compelling shorebreak wave in the 45 minute downloadable tutorial
I am not sure if I have more time at the moment or just “different” time. During the first week of lockdown I ordered some paints and canvasses...something
Hi everyone. I have been painting for a couple of years now and was first inspired by Mark's beautiful work of Lennox Head. I grew up around the beaches
In these times of Covid and lockdowns the memories of our jungle trips bring a smile to the face. What days those were, when we too roamed free. This
I have been painting since 2000. My mum sat on my shoulder and said, “You really must do monetizing in your retirement,”. So, with help from friends,
After I retired from full time work I went on a holiday to New Zealand. One of the places I stayed at was Greymouth on the West coast of the South Island.
About 3 years ago for Christmas, my husband bought me a standard beginner's easel, because he remembered I used to like draw and paint before I had children.
This is my story behind 'Strength'... Proud I was opening my new business - sharing my life, my dreams, my passion, that something special which fills
I began painting at 50 years old, as a way of dealing with my father's terminal illnes. Painting is my therapy, it brings me so much comfort and joy,