Believe it or not, I have actually been informed thus, by students – students who didn’t know that such a statement is anethema to me.
So why not try a simple exercise to show just what you can do, with simple items, for example a scarf wound about a water jug (now use your imagination…) starting with a pencil illustration, then a crayon artwork, next a gouache painting and finish by painting your subjects as a watercolour artwork. Limit the size to A4 and e-mail me your favourite with a brief description, and I shall feature the best five on a future blog.
Still life in black and white
If you would like to commission an artwork, please contact me at :- email@example.com I am always happy to discuss (and advise on) a Client’s project
Please Note. Commissioned artworks remain the property of the Artist (Anne D’Alton) until paid for, in-full. Payment is accepted via Pay Pal.
My artworks range in size from Greeting Card upwards: from work executed on high grade art paper to fully primed and stretched canvas. The materials I use are Artists’ quality – watercolours, oils, acrylics and inks.
Many thanks to everyone who attended my Open Day to-day and also those who participated in my free Art Demonstration. I hope you all enjoyed and benefited from this day, as much as I did.
As there were many people disappointed that they could not attend due to pressure of numbers, please find below the dates for the next series of
Anne D’alton, Artist, specialist in Motoring Artwork.
Open Days and free Art Demonstrations – many will be En Plein Air – that will be available from February – December 2016
Christmas Special – 9th December. 2015.
Full details of these events can be obtained by contacting me at:- firstname.lastname@example.org
Again, thank you all for attending and tell your friends too. Looking forward to our next Art Event.
I genuinely enjoy drawing and painting my artworks though it has taken me a while to establish my favourite subject – which is motoring artwork.
Keeping her Lit.
Add this to my interest in draughtsmanship and my own, admittedly “interesting” style of illustration, and you have…..a Motoring Artist who does indeed paint her artwork, from the heart.