The organisers are also allowing me to sell limited edition prints of the finished piece as well as gift cards. Well I thought that while I was having cards produced I would take advantage of the print run and have some of my other work reproduced as cards.
These are just two examples being produced in a range of cards that will be available to purchase so watch this space.
The fesitval went down really well and I sold lots of Amber prints and cards along with a few enquiries and good contacts made. I have never really exhibited before so it was a fantastice experience and everyone was lovely. They days were long and quite tiring, but I am looking forward to doing more in the future.
I also sold the original Amber II. She went to the same home as Amber so I am absolutely delighted they are together in their forever home. I love foxes and I have more pieces planned in the future along with other wildlife art, inbetween the pet portraits of course.
Above you can see both of the paintings of Amber. I love how the oranges of the fox work so well against the blues and purples of the bluebells. I certainly will be featuring more in future paintings. They are such an iconic British Plant we get great pleasure from seeing each April/May it seems only right to have them in more art.