I was commissioned to paint this lovely smiley family a couple of weeks ago. What a nice job. email@example.com to discuss commission ideas.
I’ve been drawing lots of birthday cards, both for my own friends and for people who commission me. I feel like the approach you can take for someone on their birthday ranges loads, and it’s great to experiement. At the top, I painted a cake for my mum, which I was super happy with. If you like cake themed offerings, visit my etsy and check out my TROPICAL CAKE CARD
Above is a card for my friend Jessica Skye, one of my favourite yogis, DJ and all round super woman. Below is a card I was commissioned to make for a birthday. Love the animated faces.
I feel very lucky to be asked to capture such nice moments by people who commission me, and this one was no exception. Here I painted Jaz and her dad in a sweet selfie for his birthday present. I love it, and is also great to see it in situ.
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I had the pleasure of taking part in the Crafty Fox Market on Sunday, which is always a super fun day. I was selling my cards, original artworks, and some new NOTEBOOKS, which I’m excited about. It’s actually great to debut new products to a market audience, and I think they went down really well. Fun all round. Look out for the books on my Etsy soon.
…The typo on the price list was swiftly amended! 😉
The next market I’m taking part in is Urban Makers East, on April 23rd at Mile End Ecology Pavilion 11 – 5pm. Come and say hi if you’re around!
I painted this card for my mum this mother’s day. It features me, my bother, mum and grandma so it’s quite special. I also noticed this tweet from the ever awesome JK Rowling, which I felt summed up the day really nicely.
I was really touched to be asked to complete this commission, celebrating three generations 💗 Hollie was kind enough to give me a little back story behind the commission:
“A little back ground if you want, this was a picture was taken of granny about a year after she fell down some stairs and sustained a huge brain injury that basically changed her life. When she was able to leave the hospital she never returned home and went straight into a care facility where she spent a few months before she passed on the 12th September.
This picture was taken about 1month before she died, She was allowed back to our house on a day visit and we sat in the garden and I painted her nails and ate croissants!”
I really love my job sometimes! Thank you Hollie. email@example.com for commission enquiries.