Monthly Archives: April 2015

Painting food from around the world – by Rebecca Jelbert

I’ve always been fascinated by pattern and texture. A material background can help you to create a whole new pattern all of your own, in which folds, creases, motifs and all manner of food can add to the overall composition. Fruit, vegetables, spices, meat, its … Continue reading

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Duck paintings by Rebecca Jelbert

Ducks make me smile. The elongated body of the Indian Runner duck, the classic Jemima Puddle Duck shape, and even unusual head enhancements (see below!) all add to my love of this beautiful and often over looked bird. The bright colour … Continue reading

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Paintings of Greece

I’ve put together a few of my watercolours of Greece. Windows and doors make a great focal point for paintings, especially when the geometric shapes of the frames and shutters can be broken up by foliage and bold shadows. The bright … Continue reading

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Painting swans

      I thought I would share a few of my watercolour paintings of swans. These, of course, are such graceful birds but what really appeals to me is the bulk of the body, the sheer size of the … Continue reading

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Beautiful pig paintings!

I’ve always enjoyed painting animals, and pigs have been a particular favourite. I don’t know exactly why this is but there’s something about their bulk, the blotchy pattern on their skin, the large expanse of delicate floppy ear, and that unbelievable … Continue reading

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Paintings of baby scans – ultrasounds/ sonograms

Pregnancy is such an incredible time so why not celebrate your milestone 12 week or 20 week scan by commissioning a painting of your baby?The radiating light of a standard ultrasound creates images that are almost etherial. The more advanced 4D scans can portray unbelievably realistic facial features. … Continue reading

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