Welcome to the wild paint world of Louise Collis. Louise lives and works in Wales where she paints plein air landscapes in oils. I love how the paint is evident, and yet miraculously becomes sea or cliff or beach.
I previously posted about my struggle to loosen up and throw paint around. It seems like I used to be able to go wild. Going through a stack of old work, I found these loose watercolour studies from an Art College assignment.
Another victim for my holiday drawing was my daughter. Her chosen pasttime while being subjected to the torture of the pencil was to paint her fingernails, which is why I didn’t even bother drawing her hands. The wind had picked
This Christmas, we were on a road trip with my sister and her family. The long hours of driving through the rolling grasslands of the Free State and the arid beauty of the Karoo made me wish that I was
In my previoius post on plein air painting, I talked about running out of time and space. So here are a few of the “run out of….” items I did in Venice. Probably because I had an impatient other half
I have been going through my sketch pads and have found quite a few drawing and watercolours done while travelling. Like this one, from Luca, Italy. Some of them are not finished, or I didn’t plan very well and ran