My Daily Art In July


I was slowly improving from feeling uninspired few weeks before. I think starting my butterfly series helped a lot, and it was a hit! I wanted to do more oil paintings but with less work coming in, I couldn’t afford more canvases and paints that was running very low. The weather was glorious, apart from some random rainy days (which was also pretty beautiful though), I was inspired by British countryside hence the bird I painted from my front garden (1st picture), this windowsill painting (I really don’t like it!) and those butterfly illustrations.

My thoughts while being creative every day in July:

  • My persistence was impressive – painting butterflies were surprisingly not easy so I ended up painting some of them twice for me to finally be happy with them. It was totally worth it now I have new products featuring them! Keep your eyes out for them as they are going to be listed on the shop super soon.
  • Painting this windowsill painting that I didn’t like, I wanted a challenge and to do something different. I wanted to try paint something bigger than a painting of object with white space around it, which is my usual style and that is fine – I just wanted to see what I am capable of! It freaked me out that painting a ‘scene’ was harder than I thought and I am trying not to let my fears take over. I have few ideas floating around and I hope I nail it next time!

8 comments on “My Daily Art In July

  1. Fiona

    your butterflies are so beautiful and I like that you challenged yourself with the window sill, definitely don’t think you fell flat on your face at all!

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  2. candace

    wow, these are the cutest things ever. Especially that bird, its too cute.
    i think the windowsill painting looks great!
    keep challenging yourself and now i’m inspired to paint and draw and such. thanks!
    x candace

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