GoddessArt -Still Life

Painting Still Life is a classic form of art painting which I find very satisfying and therapeutic.  I like the challenge of depicting the objects as forms, shapes and colours and the importance of lights and shades.  Often more exacting than  painting people, animals or places it has  the advantage of the subject staying stillContinue reading “GoddessArt -Still Life”

Cornflowers

GoddessArt – Gardens GoddessArt – The Caribbean GoddessArt -Still Life GoddessArt -Flowers Cruising brings the world to my easel Back home in my “studio” painting Norwegian Fjords

Animals

We Brits are a nation of animal lovers, me included.  51% of UK adults own a pet, 26% have a dog and 24% have a cat, both creatures that bring  many of us happiness every day. We see our pets as friends and some researchers have suggested it is our need to take care of another living breathing thing. An ingrainedContinue reading “Animals”

The Journey Begins

Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton GoddessArt – Gardens GoddessArt – The Caribbean GoddessArt -Still Life GoddessArt -Flowers Cruising brings the world to my easel Back home in my “studio” painting Norwegian Fjords

Narrowboat

The UK’s canal system provided a nationwide transport network during the Industrial Revolution, but with the advent of the railways commercial canal traffic gradually diminished. By 1970 the long-distance transportation of goods such as coal, pottery, flour and sugar disappeared. On the British canal system anything wider than a narrowboat’s 7 foot can be referred to as aContinue reading “Narrowboat”

Narrowboat

The UK’s canal system provided a nationwide transport network during the Industrial Revolution, but with the advent of the railways commercial canal traffic gradually diminished. By 1970 the long-distance transportation of goods such as coal, pottery, flour and sugar disappeared. On the British canal system anything wider than a narrowboat’s 7 foot can be referred to as aContinue reading “Narrowboat”