I`m just back from Nymphenburg park with today`s "harvest", this study
of a Tawny owl I know and drew in the past, but it seems that it changed his
prefered tree hole, to an other tree , 150 metres away. Watercolours
I feel excited and grateful to be able to announce that I`m the winner
of this year`s "Langford Press Field sketches Award" competiiton.
Unfortunately I`m not able to attend the event today, but nevertheless I
want to thank the judges in this point, and encourage every artist
working outdoors to participate! The originals are to be seen during "the Natural eye" exhibition of SWLA in the Mall Galleries in London. Attached, the studies I submitted.
weather conditions were excellent today and I didn´t miss the chance to
spend few hours in Nymphenburg park once again , sketching and painting
an other Tawny owl, sitting up on a beech tree very close to the main
entrance of the palace. Fineliners and Copic markers/ Tombow dual brush
I spend few hours in Schloss Nymphenburg,
today in the morning, sketching the most famous Tawny owl in Munich the
"Kasimir". Because of the very low temperatures I didnt use
watercolours but Faber-Castell Fineliners and Copic markers. I also met many lovely people there..
I`m just back from a short five days trip to Saxony visiting family and close relatives.
There is a small zoo with mainly european species and couldn`t miss the chance to make some life studies.Here they are the results..
The weather was excellent and decided to go back to the zoo to
work from life.
There was a hope to make some coloured work today,but it was too hot, and my time was also limited.
Eventually I gave up, and did only b & w studies..