8 Lessons From Creating Without A Studio

When I first realised I had to give up my studio to make room for my future son’s nursery, I was a little saddened. It was necessary for me to give up my oil paints, downsize, pack away my easel and learn a whole new way of creating. Before boxing everything away, I sold a... Continue Reading →

Studio News – June 2020

This year didn’t turn out quite how any of us expected. Luckily, with a dash of hope and secretly crossed fingers, it looks like Malta is out of the worst of the crisis. We can start going back to a sense of normality, whatever that is. I’ve lost track of the days, the weeks, the... Continue Reading →

Tips For A Happy Art Studio

I’ve been feeling restless the last week or so whilst recovering from surgery, partly because I’m banned from doing a lot of things I’d normally be doing, and admittedly I’m somewhat of a control freak at home. I’m itching to spring clean my home (even though it’s still the middle of winter): I feel like... Continue Reading →

New Mini Paintings!

It's getting colder out there, and sometimes thanks to lack of indoor heating it can get quite chilly at the easel. The sun goes down much earlier, and when you don't want to get paint on your dressing gown, mini paintings are the perfect solution! I thought I'd share with you a few of the... Continue Reading →

How To Support Living Artists

Most of us are all too happy to pay for reproductions of our favourite paintings, to search for unique pieces of merchandise in museums or shops or to find that perfect classical painting print that matches your wall colour. So why then is it so much more difficult for living artists? Of course, I can’t... Continue Reading →

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