Some more new art is in the making!

Hi All, hope that you are having a good week so far. Here are some more updates on what I am presently working on and what I have finished. I finally finished the Chevy Impala that I was working on last week, that was finished in the weekend.


If you would like to buy a framed print of this piece and just a print, you can visit my website and order it from there. I have a limited offer at the moment on all prints so you’d better hurry!

On Sunday evening I started to draw up a new picture, and this time I am choosing a picture from one of the ones I took while visiting Greece. I took some 500 pictures there so there are some that I will convert to a watercolour painting at some stage.


Here is the initial drawing.


And here I have started with the first wash of the sky and water. When working with water colors you need to go back and add in paint because it always dry a lot lighter than you apply. That is what I love about working in water colors. And in this wash I have been working on the reflections. I might leave it as it is for now, I won’t see the difference and effect until I have added the colors on the environment and the two boats.

In this picture I am working in a larger format than I normally do, so it will take longer time to finish it. But I will post updates as I progress and move a long. In between you will most likely see some corky illustrations of snowmen or what have you, due to the upcoming Season. That’s one of the reasons I love this time of year.

Well, that’s it for now…stay tuned and I will be back in the weekend with more updates. This is the last week of the exhibition.


20 thoughts on “Some more new art is in the making!

  1. I of course love your Impala –and I’m going to love your boats/water…. I love it when you show how you do it!!!! You are so talented.
    P.S. How is the exhibition going?


    1. Thank you Alexandra πŸ™‚ I love working with reflections, it’s tricky with watercolour at times, you need to go back and add more paint since it dry a lot lighter than I apply it.


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