Painting in the flields of Viper's Bugloss and Corn Marigolds above Nanjulian last week.
Just come in from the garden, realising I shall have to wait until tomorrow to finish this painting. It is three times the size of the others and is a composite of two parts of my vegetable garden (obviously flowers too) that I am combining as I go. Enjoying the process but best to finish it when I am fresh.
This may be my favourite painting to date.
The amazing weather continues so I continue to paint outdoors, today on the cliffs above Penberth.
With this long run of sunny days I have been painting in the garden, capturing the full flowering of high summer.
A satisfying hoard of foxgloves ready for my new collages.
Lots more to come.
Disperse dyes I painted onto paper have been transformed into glowing brilliance by transference onto fabric.
The satisfying sight of a drawer full of bluebells, replenishing the stock I used up this Spring.
The collage I have been working on during Open Studios Cornwall is now finished and on the wall for all to see. More details about it http://amandarichardsonartist.com/content/tunnel-green-light but best if you can see it in person.