I’ve been posting a few WiP* sketches over on my at account: Sil_artscribe, on Instagram and Facebook (I use my usual twitter account for my art as well, no changes there).
Mixed media collage (Heart Words); Fantasy pen/watercolour sketch (can you guess the inspiration for it?); Tarot Card study, from concept to colour tests.
Here they are:
Tarot Card study
*Work in Progress
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while my writing proceeds slowly but steadily, I’ve decided to participate in the #AbundantArtShow!
It’s an 8 day virtual mini-show of artists’ work from all over the world. Over the next 8 days, I’ll be showing some of my recent pen sketches as well as sharing my favorites from other artists.
Hope you’ll enjoy seeing new artwork, and feedback and comments will be much appreciated!
You can find the show challenge rules HERE 🙂
I have donated four postcard reproductions of my work to this event 🙂
This is the website for the event: NDPartsale
And some Press attention (which is always nice) here.
Let me know what you think if you have a chance to go!
Gorgeous and cheeky work by artist Catherine Cronin. The proof that what appears simple can explode with character and mischief. Love this piece!
Cat Among the Pigeons Press
I printed this cheeky pair recently; not my usual style, what do you think?
(© Catherine Cronin)
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I love both. Traditional Ukiyo-e Japanese art, waterbased inks and block-printing technique – something that definitely inspired me since a young age, and something I plan on practicing a lot more and soon.
And cats! I love all sorts of pets, and cats are funny, and very inspiring.
This is an article on the exhibition Life of Cats – there is also a link to a virtual tour of the art.
Cats and Japanese block-printing ukuyo-e prints
Do you have any favourites? I’m intrigued by the relations between humans and pets, and art is a beautiful way to explore it.
Source: Review: Julia Margaret Cameron at the V&A
Victorian photography exhibition in London. Wish I could go see it!