Mer-Cat

HI BEAUTIES! TODAY A SISTER HAS THIS AMAZING WORK FOR OUR BEHOLDING. THANK YOU, HENI 🐱💞

Heni's Happy Paintings

MER-CAT 8-26 1000 Mer-cat – acrylic painting by Heni Sandoval

Here’s a new painting for my Heni’s Happy Painting Etsy shop.    Earlier in the summer I painted The Brothers of our cats Tuxie and Truffle.  I then thought I’d like to paint our other cat, Tiggy who passed away a few years ago. With the warm summer weather I was also thinking about painting a mermaid in an underwater scene.  I put these two ideas together and created Mer-Cat.

Back in May when I had my show at the Phoenix and Dragon bookstore, Candice, the owner mentioned that they have  an art show in October where they have paintings of cats from various local artists which is another reason why I’ve done these cat paintings.  The bookstore has three cats that live there full time.  When I set up my show, they all came into the gallery to hang out with me.  It…

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Who am I?

HI SISTERS ! SOMETIMES WE SHOULD WONDER ABOUT OUR OWN IDENTITY 😏

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Teabag quilt

HELLO LOVELIES! AS YOU ALREADY KNOW, ABOUT ART IN EVERYTHING AND EVERYWHERE WE CAN FIND IT👓🔍😊

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I have been working on teabags for the past few months. I am getting very tired of the tea leaves and soggy bags hanging around my kitchen drying.

I have been making small quilts A4 and 9 teabag sized efforts as part of my #teaandhome project. This looks at what ‘home’ in Edinburgh means to me after living here for 5 years. Drinking redbush tea is a big part of that. Jon drinks builders tea. The juxtaposition of the circles and rectangles has been interesting to play with in terms of teabag strings , mini journals and now quilts.

I had been playing with my hand carved stamps and layering the teabags with mandalas, text, hand written and printed. I was thinking of sizes in-terms of mounting them. However it struck me at 4.30am the other day that they might make a nice larger piece.

So I laid them out…

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Weekend’s octopus

Seen a few days ago in a gallery of Caldes d’Estrac, a little shore village near Barcelona.

Thanks for your visit !

By Barceló, M. – Octopus

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Parrots drawing

HI LOVELIES! IF YOU SKETCH SOME PARROT YOU WILL ENJOY WITH ITS SHAPES AND COLOURS!❤💚💜💙💛

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Zentangle parrots drawing

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Dibujo de loros zentangle

Good morning!!

Today I will explain you the steps of this zentangle drawing of parrots dull of details and colours

I hope some tips can help you 😉

¡Buenos a días a todos!

Hoy os traigo un dibujo de loros coloreado al estilo zentangle

Aquí os explico los pasos y algunos truquillos que espero que os sirvan 🙂

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Can Anyone Learn to Draw and Paint?

HI BEAUTIES! SKETCHING IS SO FUNNY. TRY IT!🎨✏🌿📋

Rebecca Art Tutor

This is a question I get asked frequently often I hear comments like ‘I would love to draw and paint but I’m not talented’.  It is surprising how much anxiety just the idea of drawing and painting in front of others can bring to some people.  I can understand these feelings and why it is so hard for many to make the first step of joining an art class.

Whenever I have worked with young children of 6 or 7, none of this anxiety exists. Children love to draw and show you their drawings, they will start drawing and painting excitedly in a very unconscious way.  By the time we become teenagers many of us have decided that we ‘can’t’ draw or paint.  So what happens to make this change?

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Weekly Sketch – Monochrome Shells – 01/10/2016

HELLO LOVELIES! TODAY WE’VE GOT SOME SHELLS. HAVE A FUNNY BEACH DAY🌞

Cat Among the Pigeons Press

Exploring shell forms with drawing ink on textured watercolour paper.

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