This is my latest collage. It is a mixture of card and all the background is done with oil pastels. It is large again. A1. But I have used glitter pens and other types of pens to get the exotic look I wanted. I wanted it to be very bright and exotic. I like experimenting and trying new things, I don’t want to keep doing the same thing over and over.
I have just had a birthday and have been given lots of lovely card including very shiny mirror card and lots of oil pastels, so I can’t wait to get using them and see what happens.
Happy Christmas to everyone. We are looking forward to 2018 and I hope everyone will have a healthy and exciting year.
This has been a very good year and I had an exhibition in London in November. These were some of the paintings that were in that exhibition. They also had Christmas cards of my snow paintings.
I’m really looking forward to going up to London next week for this exhibition. I have five acrylic paintings in it and there will also be a lot of prints of my other paintings. Including the one that went to Prince George, of Rupert flying Over the Bristol Suspension Bridge.
We are going to do a Meet the Artist session on the Sunday morning and it will be really nice to meet people.
I made this cut-out for dad for Father’s Day. I had already made a painting of Anafiotika for mum, so I thought dad deserved something nice , too. I take it for him to see on Tuesday. He has already bought a frame for it, that i helped him choose.
It is A1 size, so it is quite big, and it is card on board.
My latest painting which I have done for my mum’s birthday. She and my dad lived in Anafiotika in Athens in 1968. It did not look like this then. Mum and I went to Athens last September and found the little house where they used to live, but it was covered in plants.
Still not sure about the path, but we will put it up on the wall and look at it.
Acryllic on Board. 77 x 51 cms. NFS ( Because it is mum’s present! )
This is my latest painting. I did it for my dad. He had received the picture on a card sent to him, and he liked it so much he asked me if I could do a painting of the sunflowers. This is the result. I’m really pleased with it, I think the colours work really well. Just hope he likes it too. We’re just off to Bristol to give it to him.