Creative rainbows?

Strange title perhaps, but to me it explains what art means to me. It is my rainbow, lifting me out of the doldrums when I need  a boost, or reflecting a multicoloured life, full of light and joy. I am not a professional artist. In fact I have only just started to draw and paint again after thirty-five years, the last time being in my teens. Life takes over and we aren’t always able to do the things we enjoy most, but now I have a window of opportunity, and I’m using it. This blog is intended as a window on my work, be it craft work or digital art. I haven’t really migrated to 3D art yet, other than a few pastel drawings. Hopefully, anyone reading this will see a transition, at what speed I can’t tell, from almost novice status, to something more accomplished. But…we’ll see!

I may regret this, but encouragement would be great and constructive criticism appreciated, so please leave comments if you wish.


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