Friday, 3 February 2012

Latest work: Mevagissey

It's been quite a productive week: fairly quiet on the orders front, so I've been able to crack on and finish the first of two pieces of work which will be on show at Delamore Arts in May.

I think I prefer the little snippets of the background as they are so simplified - almost like using a large brush - whereas the foreground is more complicated!

I love the colourful buildings and their reflections in the water!

Certainly makes me wish for spring, if not summer!

And here is the finished piece - it measures about 50cm x 30cm...

So... one down, one to go - and I have two commissions to crack on with after that!
It's enough to make your eyes go squiffy!

Have a great weekend!


  1. Love these, the reflections are great. Takes me back to art college days!

  2. Love the red polka dot boat reflection! Can tell that you have great fun doing these...

  3. Your work is amazing, and so unique. I love it all!

  4. These look wonderfull Kirsty. The reflections are so neat and so well done it's very effective!

  5. Fantastic, reminds me of sunny days.. -5 here tonight.. Freezing!!!!

  6. It's lovely Kirsty! and it certainly makes me wish for spring/summer

    Kate x

  7. What a great gift you have(and what patience!) These pictures are just delightful!

  8. I am just overwhelmed at the beauty of your work....these pieces are absolutely beautiful...I could look at them all day...

  9. You've managed to capture the atmosphere really well Kirsty, I've tried this technique myself and know how much skill is required. Clever girl, hope those commissions keep coming in for you.


  10. As always your collage is very pretty! I love the boats and their reflections in the water. Stunning!

  11. I have just discovered you blog through attic24 and I don't think I have ever been so inspired in all my years! Your work is mind blowing I have never seen anything quite like this before! Amazing! :)

  12. I love the boats and their reflections best. Lovely work, once again Kirsty.