incy wincy


The littlest hero

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Mine

The expression of weariness after saving the world was the mood I was aiming for.  The choice of the blue grey for the shirt hopefully helps with that.  A2 piece in watercolour and inks on toned paper

instagram Rick_the_muse is a famous artists model.  This particular painting was published in the American publication Photog Magazine issue 10. Available from Magcloud.com. A4 Watercolour and inks

£80

Just look at that expression, don't touch my lion!  Another A2 piece in watercolour and inks on toned paper

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Scream!

rick

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Golden Girl


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I was drawn to this image by the glowing reflection of the sunglasses across his face and the warmth of the day that you can feel coming through.  Another A2 piece in watercolour and inks on toned paper

All of these come protected in a cellophane pouch ready for you to mount and frame.

What I really like about painting children is the openness of their expressions.  I'm not so keen on a false smile but would rather paint a relaxed face

A4 Watercolour and inks

dress up


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Completely adorable how could I resist those eyes?

A4 Watercolour and inks

The connection between a pet and their owner can come through in a watercolour quite strongly, even with a rather unusual pet. I would love to paint you with your pet

A4 Watercolour and inks

£80

Capturing that one moment of peacefulness.

This is A2 in size, watercolour and inks on toned paper

Another portrait of a child in a fun situation, and another wonderful expression caught on paper.

A4 Watercolour and inks

Pink lollypop

BROTHER

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He was so cute!

If you would like a painting of your pet please contact me via the contact page on this site

A4 Watercolour and inks

Who the heck is jack?


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Bathtime


Baby


dapper daschund


On this one I wanted to leave some aspects of the image for the viewer to fill in themselves, who knows what else she was wearing

A4 Watercolour and inks

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Inspired by the lockdown

She is A2 in size, watercolour and inks on toned paper

This time it was the texture of the blanket and the limited palette that drew me, while painting her I fell in love with her eyes.  A2 piece in watercolour and inks on toned paper