My most recent coloured pencil portrait, An Age of Indigo, has been doing me proud in the current Pastel Society exhibition. She has captured peoples imagination with her most expressive face, and has led to a number of enquiries. One woman in particular has fallen in love with her and has given her a new home in London as a gift to herself on her retirement. I am delighted that she speaks to others as much as she does me, and that she has started her new life in the city.
If you too would like some Indigo joy in your life, beautiful limited edition giclée prints and greetings cards are available, just drop me a line for more information.
And if you would like to learn more about the creation of this portrait, you can do with my blog post An Age of Indigo in the Making.
I am delighted to announce that my coloured pencil drawing An Age of Indigo has been selected to be a part of the upcoming Pastel Society exhibition. This show will be held at London’s Mall Galleries in April 2021. It was due to open in January but due to national restrictions the decision was made to postpone the physical exhibition till the Spring.
All selected works in this exhibition are able to be viewed and purchased at the Mall Galleries website.
This news is a wonderful way to round off the year for me. After being selected to exhibit in both the Society of Women Artists and the ING Discerning Eye virtual shows this year, news that my artwork will be seen in a physical exhibition in a matter of weeks is very exciting. I make art primarily for my own pleasure, and to know that others enjoy it too is always a delight. Though to have this recognition of my skill, and in turn all the years of hard work that have allowed me to draw like this, is really encouraging and appreciated.
Many thanks go to Réhahn Photography for his most inspiring reference image.