Artist Code 1517 and 1518 – Colour version at last! UPDATE

Posted by Tina on September 10, 2021  /   no comment

Just finished these two water colour and ink paintings this morning. Below are Photographs of the artworks as they are still too wet to scan. Hope you enjoy them, and thank you for visiting. I now have to scan and catalogue them and they will be off to the framer in time for the Swaffham […]

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Artist Code 1517 and 1518 – Colour version at last!

Posted by Tina on September 04, 2021  /   no comment

I have been working on two paintings at the same time which I started in 2015. Resources are from photographs which my husband took for me at the Soham Ploughing Championships in 2013. In the spring of 2015, I produced two line drawings on tracing paper to transfer on to good water colour paper and […]

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1516: The Old Cock has made it to IEA

Posted by Tina on May 14, 2021  /   no comment

13th May 2021: Just heard from the East Anglian Artists that this painting, “An Old Cock in a Tree at Woodbridge”, has been selected for this year’s IEA Open Exhibition at Holt Gallery – lovely! And he can also be purchased in traditional jigsaw puzzle form: VIEW HERE

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Royston Crow and RAS Exhibition

Posted by Tina on April 26, 2021  /   no comment

Lovely to have a painting displayed in the write-up for this exhibition. Hope you have time to take a look at the wonderful originals and prints on offer in this online event.

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£40 costs and nothing to show!

Posted by Tina on April 15, 2021  /   no comment

I applied again this year to exhibit at the Institute of East Anglian Artists Annual Open Exhibition, but unfortunately I did not receive a lovely email telling me I had made it 🙁 It cost £10 per picture to enter and, like the Association of Women Artists, who have the same procedure, it feels like […]

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April Flowers in my little wild garden

Posted by Tina on April 07, 2021  /   no comment

Even though the wind is bitterly rasping, some spring flowers in my little wild garden have remained steadfast and continue to give a good show. (Although the Marsh Marigold, or Kingcup, flowers are all lying flat in the water under ice!) I am not sure why Snakeshead Fritillaries continue to grow in my clayey-space but […]

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