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Folk Festival Painting is sold

In acrylic, мои рисунки, folk art, my artworks, portrait, sales on July 1, 2013 at 14:44

packed and posted – thank you very much!

Folk Festival - framed acrylic painting

 

2 cats

In art, drawing, мои рисунки, my artworks, творчество, oil pastel, pets and domestic animals, portrait on March 1, 2013 at 14:25

Today I’ve started working on a new commission: cat portraits in oil pastel…

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A little commissioned portrait I’ve just finished

In acrylic, art, brown, drawing, мои рисунки, my artworks, творчество, orange, painting, pen, pen and ink, pencil, portrait, sales on February 16, 2013 at 10:07

A girl with red hair

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Sketches from Saturday

In acrylic, art, black, black and white, brown, drawing, Британия, искусство, мои рисунки, музыка, good life, music, my artworks, творчество, pen, pen and ink, pencil, people, portrait, powys, sketch on February 12, 2013 at 14:52

Done during the festival

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Sarah Smith

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Eddy Gartry

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Skiffle Rendez-Vous

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Isolated

What I’ve been doing yesterday

In abstract, acrylic, art, black, color, искусство, мои рисунки, музыка, gold, mixed media, music, my artworks, творчество, pink, plein air, portrait, purple, sketch on February 10, 2013 at 08:04

With Sandra Smith we did a huge #canvas live during the #festival . #art #artwork #painting #drawing #now #music #musician

4 hours crawling on our knees… 🙂   I’ve post more sketches I did later.

My Shop Reserving Policy

In about me, art, crafts, Британия, ethics, legal issues, moral issues, my artworks, painting, portrait, relationship, shopping, textile art, traditions, xenophobia on February 2, 2013 at 10:41

Just letting out some steam….

Dear customers,

if you would like to reserve an item from the shop you’ll need to pay a non-refundable deposit of 10 pound a week. Please notice that if you express a wish to come on a particular day I can not guarantee that the shop will be open at that time.

Let me explain the reasons for all this. I am a novice shop keeper.  And a very surprised one. Often people come to the shop, look around and say to me: “I really like this painting” or “I want you to do commission for me. I definitely will be back tomorrow / on Friday / next week, etc.”

I am accustomed to trust people. On the day named I would come and wait till the Market is closed – even if most of other traders are already gone. Usually nobody shows up. Later I see these customers again and most of them say absolutely nothing to me.

On few occasions either I felt ill or cold, or someone from my family was poorly and I would rather be at home. I am not exaggerating.

It is not just me I am concerned about. Probably other small shops and stalls owners who really are struggling at the moment feel the same way. Is it my goods which are not good enough on careful consideration or is it my accent suggesting that I am not around here and could be treated less humanly?

Imagine if you are employed and on the day you expected to be paid your boss ignores you just like nothing happened? The income of small business owners depends on you. We live by hopes your give us.

It is perfectly fine to say “I will think about buying this”. Great!  Nobody needs false hopes, disappointments or later embarrassment.

Yours sincerely.

Chinese Restaurant

In green, orange, photography, photomanipulation, portrait on November 3, 2011 at 13:03

Elfins Face – an original fantasy pencil and ink pen drawing

In brown, drawing, fantasy, green, pen and ink, pencil, portrait on October 30, 2011 at 09:54

An Absolute Stranger print

In oil pastel, portrait, print on May 9, 2011 at 16:19

An Absolute Stranger – original oil pastel painitng

In oil pastel, portrait on May 9, 2011 at 15:59
An Absolute Stranger - original oil pastel painitng
Linandara has provided a total of 4 photos for this item:

A portrait of a woman sitting in a train. Measuring approximately 21 x 30 cm (8 x 12 inches)

Unframed: Needs to be framed under glass with a mount.

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