[This post contains 11 images] I was one of those artists who avoided painting roses for many years. The first few miserable attempts I made, I found myself drowning in petals. It was all too confusing to say the least - the way the petals slip in behind each other - the gentle tapering curves... Continue Reading →
[Art and Poetry. This blog contains a poem and image of a Sloth, painted in oils.] As I live in South Africa, the sloth was never on my list of animals to paint. It is usually lions, elephants, buck etc., however, I was looking around for a very furry animal to paint and came across... Continue Reading →
[This blog contains 5 engaging images.] I happened to see this female African Migrant (Catopsilia florella) butterfly in flight. If I was not in this fortunate position I would never have seen her settle (above) in the Snow Queen Hibiscus in my garden, as the shrub has many white leaves and this offers perfect camouflage... Continue Reading →
This video was taken in the Kruger National Park. When I arrived on the scene the impala had just given birth and the little one was lying in the dead bush. The ground was hot to the touch as it was 45 degrees Celsius, and the impalas were gathered under the meager shade of a... Continue Reading →
I keep digital art 'real', and would be able to recreate each creation onto canvas using brush and paint.
This post was originally published on 7/9/2017. Updated on 15/10/2018. Birds have that something that is a little more challenging for me as an artist than most subjects. I am a bird-lover and I guess the main reason why I am attracted to birds, besides their beauty is their happiness! Painting and photographing birds have filled many... Continue Reading →
I first discovered these unusual creatures on a lovely summer day. It was a hot day and I had the sensation on water been dripped onto my skin, as if someone was flicking their wet fingers at me. The coolness of the drips was quite refreshing, and as I am not one to ignore anything... Continue Reading →