Open Studios at Sampsons Farm

Image of Tawny Owl, Bristish Birds, Watercolour Painting Painting Technique, by Sarah Bell
 It has been such a lovely weekend at Sampsons Farm meeting “My Public” (Darling….!) from my open studio.
Over 60 people have come to say hello and have a look at my work over the afternoons of today and yesterday, and it has been really good fun. I have been painting in the afternoons, and having people watch you , absolutely mesmerised as you paint really reminds you how special it is to watch an artist at work. I can remember that same feeling when I used to watch my artist father draw and paint: it looked as if magic was flowing from the pencil or brush  almost as if the image was somehow creating itself.  A little girl named Sorrel was watching me paint this afternoon, and after a while she breathed, “I like your paintings……”
“Can I help you paint it?” she added, hopefully.
Well the painting on this post was unfortunately not a team effort  with  little Sorrel, as it was made by myself alone, I’m afraid. It’s a watercolour of a Tawny Owl  painted this weekend during  Devon Open Studios in Sampsons Studio.


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