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Cheery Cheers

Gently putting my pencils down for this year but not without a wee cheerio, a heap of seasonal greetings and great big THANK-YOU.
So many of you have visited my studio blog and showed support throughout another fascinating year.  Looking forward to sharing more of my art world in 2013!

Cheery cheers!

The dissimilarities between professional and amateur


Absent blogger - busy artist

Still a blogger and still drawing!
(If anything I've been scribbling my wee friends blunt!)

Been an absolute age and so it is with a "shy hi" that I return to my wee blog.

Many drawings have been started (and finished) and until THE Christmas Present act of secrecy is lifted in January 2013 my posts will have to remain well... limited.

However, there is one "on the go" and unaffected by any secrecy act .

A drawing all about contrasts, lines and trust.
A drawing that big & delicate.
A drawing built around memories.

"Untitled and still in progress" Pencil on Paper

to be continued ...

This is Finntje: small, bubbly and immortalised

Some wee dogs are so much bigger than the mother nature intended.
They ooze personality and their character is boundless .
Finntjebelongs to that clan.
She's the size of "thruppence a-penny" but only for the initial minute after which her presence takes over and size becomes "so last season!" (yep there's a tween in the house and it's having quite an impact on my outlook on life ;D)
I am very happy to have more wonderful pics of her and will no doubt find her back on my drawing board.

Finntje Pencil on Paper SOLD Sheona Hamilton-Grant. All rights reserved.

Back to mummy duties... I believe they involve the use of beautiful smelling green liquids, colour sorting and programming a digitalized screen...

Last week-end, signed!

Limited, numbered and signed ... double!

Met up at the NRW Landgestüt with Georg Frerich alias Georg August Schulte Quaterkampwhere we bothcarefully signed all 99 of the newly produced Limited Prints of "Dicke Tour."

In between a few jokes and even more laughs, concentration was the name of the game...

How my latest drawing of stallion Hurricane, "Dicke Tour", was drawn.