Welcome to the grand finalé of a triplicate of posts showing off my delectable prowess with watercolour paints. Feel free to browse part one’s watercolours and part two’s watercolours in a similar state of raptured bliss.
Yours truly, Ian.
Hello, it’s Ian Bird again with part two of three posts featuring a selection of my sonorously delicious watercolour paintings. See part one of this series here.
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Over the years I’ve enjoyed every casual and all too rare opportunity to paint with watercolour paints. It’s just a nice feeling- sploshing around colour and light in a fluid fashion.
I guess my art has two main themes- architecture and the great outdoors, springing from my career in Architecture and days spent gamboling about on the moors.
This is the first of three posts that will feature my watercolours. I do hope you enjoy them.