by Sydney More.
Phillipine Eagles remind me of Ganondorf.
First painting for the Thirty Days Project.
Watercolour and pencil crayon, 6” by 9”
A Golden Butterflyfish.
A tiny watercolour and ink illustration, about 3” in diameter.
It’s a Moray!
The original painting measures about 3” in diameter and was done with watercolours and ink.
A Big Long-Nosed Butterflyfish. One of the many cuties of the sea.
Another 3” diameter painting in watercolour and ink.
A Beaked Butterflyfish. I don’t know that I’ve ever seen a butterflyfish I didn’t like the look of.
The original painting is about 3” in diameter and done in watercolours and ink.
Here is a rough watercolour from my sketchbook:
Two Golden Butterflyfish hanging out at home.
‘Lady’ and ‘Gent’ diptych
6” by 8”, acrylic and pencil crayon on board.
Two of the paintings that I worked on Friday night/Saturday morning. I love painting chickens <3
(These fellas are for sale)
This is a painting that I did for the Artemis Gallery ‘Sakuras for Japan’charity auction after the 2011 Japanese disaster. Each person involved painted a small wood panel to be sold at auction, with all proceeds going towards Red Cross Japan.
I regretted never getting a photograph of my work, and was happy to see that the Artemis Gallery’s new facebook page had put up images from the show.
The Artemis Gallery is a super little place in North Vancouver.
Planet Portraits - Sept, 2012 - Jupiter and Neptune
These are acrylics on panel, measuring 8”x8”. They are both really textured - I used acrylic mediums to build up parts of the canvas to reflect the atmospheres of the planets.
A little painting of a goat - it’s not dry enough to scan yet, so here’s a crumby photograph of it.