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In my recent blog I talked about being invited to exhibit a similar piece to ‘Amber’ (far left) at the Himalayan Gardens ‘Festival of Bluebells’ (20th to 24th April), near Sevenoaks in Kent.

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.