Over the last month I have been working on a really exciting new project that will be part of the legendary C-Art festival in Cumbria. This year I have been invited to take part in 'Art in Extraordinary Places' where artists find unusual locations around the county to install their work.
I have great pleasure to announce that I will be setting up a temporary outdoor installation along the Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway. From your seat on the miniature steam train 'The Laal Ratty' you will be able to spot some of my colourful wildlife paintings out in their natural habitat. The exhibition will run from the 8th of September until the 24th, so there will be 2 whole weeks when you will be able to catch them!
In order to fund this unusual exhibition of large scale works, I have made an exclusive stag painting with a selection of prints available to purchase here on my crowdfunding page.
They include some large 50cm limited edition prints and 10 individual hand-finished prints featuring hand drawn geometrics and 24ct gold leaf. Get in quick to get your hands on one of these collectable pieces.
If you can spare 2 minutes to have a quick look at the page, and to share it with anyone you think might like to help support the arts, then i would be very very grateful!
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Hoping to help parents who are now home schooling with a project about wildlife painting. This isn't a step by step guide in how to paint like Sarah, the aim is to allow children to research an artist, create an artist profile, and then to experiment with colour & paint. I have taken the key points from the lesson plans created by Jo-Anne Mallinson, a Deputy Head teacher and tried to make it flow in an accessible way.