I wrote a post about Faith Galvan’s and Gemma Whitby’s commission a wee while back, and my next one has arrived in it’s new home safely…. so here is AFP Patreon’ Patrons Commission three! Sorry it’s taken me so long to post sweetie!
For those that need a wee reminder….. I’m a member of a completely wonderful facebook group, set up for the Amanda Palmer Patreon’ Patrons. It’s beautiful, and real, and the best community I’ve ever been a part of.
So full of love…… I wanted to do a thing.
I’m really excited about my current Zendoodles, so that was the thing I decided to do. Give away three commissions, to anyone who liked my picture. Oh, and while I’m here I’d really like to thank everyone who liked my page, and to everyone who liked the picture but didn’t win…. fret not! I’m planning on doing more of these giveaways in the future…. stay tuned!
This one is Brooke Mackay……. a colourful girl who is running with the deer!
Hope you like it sweetie.
Much slothy love.
Inspired by one of my original Thoughts…
This little Zendoodle is fighting your perceptions of societally constructed beauty…
What do you think of her?
Ooo and you might be interested to know I’ve started up my Thought For The Day posts again. I’m doing so from Instagram… and if you’re feeling wonderful I’d love it if you’d give me a wee like over there :) @InkedThoughtForTheDay
Thank you :)
Much feminist love.
Inspired by Neil Gaiman’s The Truth is a Cave in the Black Mountains
Ink on paper. 2015. A2.
Neil… you’re hair is delightfully challenging to draw!!
What do you think?
“The 11th annual EAF will take place at the Edinburgh Corn Exchange from Friday 13th – Sunday 15th November 2015. With 60 galleries showcasing the work of hundreds of established and emerging, national and international artists from all four corners of the globe, there will be literally thousands of artworks for sale including; paintings, sculpture, original prints, photography, ceramics and glass.”
We popped along to the Edinurgh Art Fair last Sunday, and it was rather delightful. I love wandering around a room filled with so much talent, it’s more than a little inspiring… so, I thought I’d share with you some of my favourites from the show…
Rachel Ann Stevenson
Juli Jolly… I might be a little bit in love with her work.
Georgie Woolridge a zentangle goddess. Love.
A few Saturdays ago we popped along to the fabulous Process Studios for their 90-minute drop-in Titanium Colouring workshop… and it was awesome fun!!
It was just like painting… with with electricity!! all the fun!
I should have taken some photos of the process… but I was messing about too much to remember! so, enjoy some images of the finished samples and my lovely “Starry Night” cuff.
Thanks Elaine, Grant, and Sara for letting me drag ya’ll along :)
And thank you Karen Donovan for putting up with us in your wonderful class :)
The other day we popped along to visit The Silversmith’s Art exhibition at the National Museum of Scotland… it was stunning!
“This ground-breaking exhibition celebrates the exceptional creativity and skill which make Britain a world leader in modern silver. The Silversmith’s Art features 150 masterpieces made by 66 acclaimed silversmiths between 2000 and 2015.”
I would thoroughly recommend a visit if you’re in the area, jeweller/silversmith or not it is a worthwhile nosey.
The design and craftsmanship is exceptional… and just seeing so much silver in one place is highly gratifying.
This next one was by far my favourite. The work that must have gone into this piece is immense. I am truly captivated, and in awe.
I always leave glorious exhibitions feeling ecstatically inspired… and woefully dejected. Will my work ever be that amazing?
One can only wish… and work really hard!