I was already wondering , watercolourist and illustrator. I should have my website in English as fast as I can. I hope you understood that my animals on those paintings are all in watercolor. I abuse the watercolor by adding layers but it still stays bright the way I want it.
Thank you for your comments, Jules. Yes, you are fairly close to where I live. I have tried to invite you to be a friend on Stitching Fingers but can't seem to find how to do it so if you like to invite me we could correspond more privately. I love your dolls - something I have never done. Grace
Hi, Jules, lovely to hear from you and please forgive my very tardy response - I've not been on Stitchin Fingers for a while. Sheila bumped into me on Boxing Day in Congresbury, where I live. Would be lovely to meet you in reality one day, too. You do some gorgeous work! Hope your back is holding up now and that you are enjoying the building work being over. I've been effectively housebound because of the current weather but it's great to curl up on the sofa under a rug and do some crocheting and planning of future projects! Happy New Year to you and yours, and warm wishes to you.
The photos of the fans are actually my tutors fans Midori Matsushima (www.midori-embroidery.com). I just finished the Drooping Cherry and it is on it's way to Japan to be made into a fan. I just wanted people to see how beautiful they are; Midori lives in London.