Welcome to the exhibition which explores the theme of “Heritage”. As someone who moved to England nineteen years ago, I have become captivated by the country’s heritage and culture. This is reflected in my artwork where I capture the beauty of British architecture, culture, and nature.
Category Archives: Stories Behind My Paintings
How To Draw Tree Foliage With Coloured Pencils
My latest drawing with Derwent Lightfast Coloured Pencils is of rich green poplar trees in Castle Park. In this post you can find out about the drawing techniques I used to create the leaves, grass, sky, shadow etc.
Introducing Derwent Lightfast Oil Pencils
Lightfast Coloured Pencils are pencils that have a pigment that is resistant to fading and discolouration when exposed to light. The sheer variety of colours and how they can be used allow me more creative freedom without the mess of mixing paint.
The Drone, Stained Glass Window And Marc Chagall
I would like to take you on a journey through the creation of Trinity Church in Clitheroe. This is a demonstration of the artist’s approach to a painting, the search for inspiration and the techniques used during its production.
What is it like to Be Go Sha? – What is it like to live with syneasthesia? For me, it mainly manifests itself by seeing words in colour and also in space…
Every letter has its own unique hue and words are a combination of these colours. The first letter gives the word its colour scheme.