‘Asgaard, Belinda & Freja’

Triple commission for a very lovely client! It was such an honour painting these three horses, all very lovely characters, very different and unique in their own way. Belinda (arena horse) was the dam to the other two horses, which just made this commission extra special for me to be able to create this family’s series of paintings 

Daler rowney paper 4×4 inches & caran d’ache supracolor

Nekka

“Nekka”
Traditional, Watercolor pencils

Nekka is finished, I’ve thoroughly enjoyed painting this horse the lighting was so interested and he’s one of the largest coloured pencil pieces I’ve done so far. Please let me know what your thoughts are on this piece!

Reference: With permission from owner
Items used: Daler rowney paper 16.5 x 23.4 inches & Caran d’ache supracolor

“Benson”

“Benson”
Traditional, Watercolor pencils

This painting was recently picked up by his lovely owner. I got to hear some of his story, he was a hand reared and sadly passed away over a year ago. He has a proper character and I loved capturing that in this painting

Reference: With permission from owner
Items used: Daler rowney paper 10x10inches & Caran d’ache supracolor

Benson


“Benson”
Traditional, Watercolor pencils

Thought I’d share this painting now that it’s been picked up by its owner! Benson is sadly no longer with us and his owner commissioned this portrait of him. I loved painting all the different colours I especially enjoyed the detail of his eyes

Reference: With permission from owner
Items used: Daler rowney paper 10x10inches & Caran d’ache supracolor

Rosie & Missy

“Rosie & Missy”
Traditional, Watercolor pencils
 
Happy to share my newest double portrait with you. A lovely pair of tortoiseshell cat’s their colour was so unique and interesting paints it came with its challenges but I thoroughly enjoyed it.
 
Reference: With permission from owner
Items used: Daler rowney paper 11.7×16.5inches & Caran d’ache supracolor

Sophie


“Sophie”
Traditional, Watercolor pencils

I can finally share this painting now that it’s been shipped off to its new home in the States. I had to work with a couple of difficult photographs and she is my first poodle painting!

Reference: With permission from owner
Items used: Daler rowney paper 8.3×11.7inches & Caran d’ache supracolor