Tag: wildlife painting

A Happy Hedgehog Painting

A new watercolour painting of ‘A Happy Hedgehog’. Doesn’t he make you want to smile?! Artist’s note: Original painting is now sold, but giclee art prints are available, details below. Hedgehog memories A childhood memory of mine is sleeping over at my grandparents’ house and being allowed to stay up late, keeping a watchful eye […]

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Harvest Mouse in a Tulip, Watercolour Painting

My latest wildlife artwork is of a Harvest Mouse in a tulip. It was such a cute composition to paint. Painted on tinted Bockingford watercolour paper. It’s the first time I have used a tinted paper, and I like how it makes the colours subtly different and the white of the mouse ‘pop’. Below are […]

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Painting In Progress: Winter Waxwing

The Waxwing is a beautiful bird. A pinkish buff colour, crest set atop the head, black eye ‘mask’. But it’s the red wax-like tips on the wings that give this bird its name. A longed-for winter visitor, some years large numbers are seen throughout Britain. You may be lucky enough to have a group locally, […]

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White-tailed Eagle Painting Timelapse

I have recently finished a new painting of a White-tailed Eagle in flight. This particular bird is one I have watched for many hours, female ‘Turquoise 1’, as she is known from her identification wing tags. I didn’t paint in her tags in this portrait. Below is a timelapse I have put together from a […]

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