My last blog post about the journey of a painting from idea to creation to exhibition and a new home has sparked some wonderful responses from you all. I am so pleased to see some of my clients emailing me pictures of my paintings on their walls!
Once a painting has left the studio it starts its life. The process of creation has finished and now it can be enjoyed by its owners and their guests. I always hope that my work will provide a bit of beauty, perhaps even another layer to mundane day-to-day life to the viewer. A piece of art is so unique (no, I will never paint that picture again) and personal.
Here are some of the pictures that I have been sent. Many thanks to the owners for letting me share them.
If you have any pictures or comments you’d like to share, do let me know!
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