I am delighted to announce that I now have a number of products with my work printed on them. There is a large range from phone and tablet cases to bags, mugs and cushions.
Here is a selection of just a few…
A customer at Smithy Gallery, where I am currently exhibiting, took a video of the Affordable Art Show. She mentions my work at about the 1 minute mark, if you would like to see it – here.
Yesterday was a busy day at Smithy Gallery’s Private View, and I loved the way my paintings looked. Here are four of them grouped together on one wall.
While the two below were also on display, I just forgot to take photos – oops.
You can find out more about Smithy Gallery here. The exhibition runs until the 15th July.
I’m taking part in the Smithy Gallery Affordable Art Show. You are welcome to come along. The Private View is this Sunday and I’ll be there – and so will a number of my paintings. It would be lovely to see you there too.
This painting was inspired by my father-in-laws farm. My husband, as a boy, painted all the woodwork on the farm red one summer. Now the buildings are slowly being replaced with new modern ones and the traditional styles are all disappearing. I had to paint this window before it disappeared too.
Size: 13 x 18cm (5 x 7″)
Medium: Gouache on watercolour paper
I have just completely changed my front garden with the help of donations from my Mum. But. Whenever you get plants from her garden, there are always a few hidden gems among the plants. In this case not only did I gain grasses, I got a number of Californian Poppies which are happily reseeding themselves in their new home.
These wee pansies were growing in a pot at Horatio’s Garden and I couldn’t resist them. They were a wonderful splash of colour just before everything else came to life this Spring.
I have always created my own websites, but the last one was a nightmare to edit and keep up to date. Now I have new software and I settled to work on something that is so much more manageable.
I’d appreciate any comments you have (especially if you find links that aren’t working), and let me know what you think.
You can visit it here at www.tracybutler.co.uk.