I love painting moths! It has been a while since I’ve made a nature painting so I decided to paint a Elephant Hawk-Moth!
The colours are delicious, like strawberry and lemon sorbet, it’s form is so sublime and aerodynamic that I decided to accentuate the lines to create an almost arrow-like shape.
It makes me wonder how many millions of years it took for nature to create something of such perfection. Can you imagine if you or I were given that task??
This will be the first canvas that I am putting up for sale, I am learning to let go of my paintings and offer them to new homes :)
Please find the details of the sale here
Elephant Hawk Moth – Acrylic on canvas 30cm x 30cm (Joanne Seale)
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Hello! Joanne here, I cant believe I didn’t post this painting yet, as it was completed some weeks ago.
It was inspired by a Life Book 2019 lesson and will also be available as an Art For Your Screens Digital download.
In this video I will be making the cute rabbit box which I like to fill with lots of treats, or even little baby rabbits!
I hope you enjoy the video!! :)
I made this painting several years ago when I had just starting painting, it was part of a Life Book 2014 lesson taught by Tamara Laporte, I made my version into the goddess Ostara and she is carrying the springtime in her hair!! I love this painting so much, I might even turn it into a greetings card!! :)
Hi all, I’m sharing some of my painted sketches from a few months ago starting with this one of a bronze leaping cat, I saw it at the British Museum and adored the design, style, aesthetic, the form and colour. It is simply adorable so I decided to sketch it too..
I love this cat..
Filed under Art, History, Nature
My beautiful cat Sydney died on November 3rd 2016, she was 16, I cant look at her picture without crying so I’m going to leave this post at that, but may add to it later on with more details of our life together etc.
Hi all :) I’ve been working on a new paper cutting file whilst trying not to get distracted by my paints.. however I did allow myself painting on Earth Day (April 22nd) and painted a Green Party poster for the general elections which take place here in the UK on May 7th..
I used lots of different art supplies including matt medium, chalk paint, acrylics, watercolours, pencils, water-soluble crayon and acrylic ink. It now hangs in my window..
This weekend I attended a geology and electronics workshop where we created circuit boards which pick up changes in the earths geomagnetic fields and then tested them at a wooded archaeological site in London.
Here are some photos