This piece is now available to buy, showing two wire crested thorn tails amongst bramble. Abstract colours and contrasts between blended backgrounds and sharp detailing. This one has been particularly popular down to the colour pallet used. Oil on wood panel 35×23″ inches
My latest upload, a large scale oil painting of galloping horses. This video shows the time-lapsed process. Make sure you subscribe 🙂
It took 6 weeks, a stepladder, 14 Spotify playlists and countless tubes of oil paint before I could finally call my 80×80″ inch peacock painting finished! I am ecstatically proud to have it signed and can’t wait to get it to its owners and installed in it’s new home!
I have been focusing a lot more on my wildlife work lately! Trying out a few new subjects and styles whilst undertaking a huge commission of a painting that is 2 meters by 2 meters… My first ever original painting was of two birds in flight, one of my main and most popular subjects to date. (The second was a stag which has also been one of my most popular..) Therefore painting birds is something I have continued to do, only taking on new breeds and styles and ways of representing them. This, or finding new ways to represent my favourite breeds. As my work has progressed throughout the year I can see by looking along my own timeline of birds in particular and the way I have worked with them, just how much my painting technique has changed. I decided to do a new take on an old classic of mine. My first ever OIL painting was of an owl. This was such an incredibly popular piece, one of the most mentioned at my …
Galloping Horses A newly finished piece using new techniques I have learnt ‘along the way,’ each brush stroke has intent with the aim to capture movement and strength alongside elegance and beauty. A fierce and powerful representation of the wild nature of magnificent horses. Hopefully portraying my appreciation for wildlife and its characteristics. A full original, no prints will be made of this piece. Oil on wood panel. 35×23.5″ inches. Katy x