I’m well on my way with my next painting now which stars the Wildebeest of the Masai Mara. Since Wildebeest form large herds (the largest known numbering over one million animals!), I wanted to paint my own herd and do a large number of animals as opposed to just one or two.
Here’s one of my photos of the Wildebeest and Zebras in the Masai Mara from 2007.
I decided pretty early on that I didn’t want to do a naturalistic background/setting for my Twinga herd, so I went for something bold that represents how tough and brave these overshadowed African animals are and also links them to the Masai tribe.
Sneak peak coming soon…
My artwork is now on display and for sale at Smart Gallery, 2nd Floor Redbrick Mill, Batley. Redbrick Mill is the perfect place to go if you’re wanting to do out your home. There are so many brilliant and unique things to look at and buy. If you are visiting, be sure to go up to the 2nd floor and take a look at my art! Click through.
(Sorry for the poor quality photo, I only had my phone on me!)
Hip Hip Hippo!
A sneak peak at the sneaky hippos I’ve been working on. Still very much work in progress…
Twit-A-Woo and a Happy New Year!
Hello all, hope you had a brilliant Christmas! Here’s a photo (not one of great quality unfortunately) of the Christmas commission I’ve been working on… For Libby from her mum! Merry Christmas!This has definitely kick-started a desire to explore and create art using animals from all over the world and their habitats in the same fun and colourful style. Have a wonderful 2012 everyone!