I’ve recently been working on a new series of intuitive abstract paintings called ‘sea gardens’. This is a series of 5 paintings (so far) which are all variations on a theme of underwater plants. I made so many because I found them so peaceful and calming to work on!
These original paintings are available for purchase in my Etsy store. Let me know if you’re interested in digital prints!
Over the school summer holidays, we took a short trip up to Hervey Bay with the kids. I was inspired to create some abstract watercolour paintings based on the photographs we took while we were there. As you can tell, the idea was not to try to faithfully recreate the photos, but rather use them as a point of inspiration. I really enjoyed working on these, and want to try this painting style again.
“Plumage” – another in my series of intuitive paintings. I didn’t intend for this to look like feathers from the outset, but that’s what it ended up looking like to me! That’s one of the things I love about this painting style. I love just exploring the paint and seeing where it takes me. It’s especially fun in watercolours, because they really have a mind of their own sometimes.
This original painting is in A4 size, which makes it easy to purchase frames for. It is available for purchase from my Etsy store. Prints and products like the ones featured below are available from Redbubble.
This painting is part of my intuitive art series. What is intuitive art? I’m sure it means different things to different people, but for me, it’s about letting go as I paint – using painting as a form of meditation. Seeing where the brush takes me without having a plan in mind at the beginning. It’s really relaxing and I think this is one of my favourite types of painting to create.
This one is hard to capture digitally – the gold paint has a lovely shimmer to it.
The original painting is A4 size, and is available for purchase in my Etsy store. Prints and products like the ones featured below are available via Redbubble.
I love painting. Scanning my paintings and then uploading them to Etsy, Redbubble and my website, is not quite as fun. I have a bit of a backlog of paintings I need to scan and upload. I painted this one last year and I’m just getting around to posting it here. I love pastel colours although I don’t use them all that often. I like how this one turned out!
What are your thoughts. Do you prefer bright rainbows or pastel rainbows?
This painting is A4 size so it’s easy to frame without having to get a custom frame made. The original is available for purchase in my Etsy store. Prints and products like the ones featured below are available at Redbubble.
A pretty field of purple flowers against a blue, pink and purple sky. Original painting is available for purchase from my Etsy store. Prints, and products like the ones featured below, are available from Redbubble.