A few paintings experimenting with atmosphere. I am taking orders now, so if you would like a custom made painting let me know.
The rest of the paintings for Inktober 2018. I learned a lot during this challenge, but also found that I have much more to learn. I find working with ink to be so exciting, despite the mess I sometimes managed to make. I’m looking forward to doing it again next year.
This week I sent three of my inktober paintings to the Galway Art Centre for their open art exhibition. I am very excited to see how that turns out. I would also like to mention that I will be selling art at a stall at the Creeslough craft fair on Sunday the 25th of November. I’m hoping to sell some of my watercolour and ink paintings, digital prints, doodles and Christmas cards. For more information email me; firstname.lastname@example.org!
Most of these paintings aren’t the best, I was on holidays while I painted most of them. I do not have much more to comment on these so enjoy!
As usual I am very bad at posting regularly on this website. I visited home and had inktober, so I was doing two paintings a day. When I needed a day to myself without art it doubled the amount of work I needed to get done. I got it all done eventually, once I came back from Ireland, but I still feel bad for not having it done on the day. The challenge is finally going to be completed soon. I am actually really excited to finish it. I’ve learned so much this year. I am a lot more confident in my painting and in selling my work. I will be posting more stuff on etsy soon. I don’t think I’ll do the Christmas cards this year. I will sell commissions instead. Something that has been triggering my art block lately is trying to do too many different things out of my comfort zone with my art. Once I get used to regularly selling my artwork I will start the next thing, like taking baby steps.
Check out these watercolours and let me know what you think!