My new downloadable colouring book is now available! Please email me to get your copy. The beauty of a downloadable colouring book is that you can print as many times as you like. So if you make a mistake, you can just start again. **
There are 20 images and hints tips on paper and media suggestions for you to create the most wonderful pictures.
Valued at over £20, The Floral Collection is available for £8.
BUY YOUR COPY NOW BY EMAILING ME.
Here is just a few of the incredible art work from who have already purchased the book or other pages from me.
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A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of creating my best friends wedding table names, and thank you cards.
I created a series of water colour paintings to print on to cream card. I was so worried that I wouldn’t do the flowers justice, but I think in the end the turned out beautifully. What do you all think?
Tulips – severely underrated, they colours they come in are immense. They are bright and intricate int he middle. Simply stunning. Roses – the most romantic of all flowers I think and this orange and pink one is no exception.
My favourited flower painting is probably the poppy, it turned out so well. They way the colours blend together is just stunning. Lily – this one is my favourite flower in real life, I love how this one turned out so much that I’m in the middle of doing an orange one as well.Daisies – such a simple flower in real life but very tricky to make stand out from white paper! Daffodils – I love the bright yellow colour. This was my best friends Nans favourite flower. Bluebells – simply stunning little flowers and such a short window of bloom.
I really enjoyed designing these florals, and I’m very proud of how they turned out. I will be using water colours a lot more I think. They are definitely easier to clean up and set up.
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I’ve really been getting into the floral paintings over the last few months. I have done some water colours that I’ll show you next week. I’ve also done several sketches for my colouring book.
To check out more of my work go to my Facebook or Instagram feeds to see some work in process pics.
Here are some of my recent acrylics paintings on canvas board.
I really love sun flowers and so does my step mum. I painted these for her when she came over to the uk earlier this year.
Poppies are just beautiful and stunningly bright! These ones are already sold.
Lilies are my favourite flowers and I absolutely love this little one. The most realistic I’ve managed to paint so far.
And the last of my acrylic flowers for now, my yellow roses. I will have to revisit these ones as I’m not 100% happy with them.
Thanks for looking at my work,
I have created a colouring group to teach some art techniques. In this group you will find ideas and tips on paper choice and colouring ideas. You can share your progress and ask questions.
I have created a number of colouring pages that are downloadable for you to print out. There is also a book coming and I am always making more colouring sheets. Check it out at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1686019051445625/
Just 2 of my current collections. They leave a lot to the colourists imagination. They have been really popular even with the young at heart.
Check out my Instagram and Facebook feeds for work in progress pictures and a release date for my book.
Chrissy Turley xx
I’ve entered an art Competition! Who wants to see some of my paintings on cushions?! I’m so nervous about entering a competition like this. I’ve never done anything like this before. It’s nerve racking trying not to watch your votes! Having your work on show for people to judge…… makes me feel a little queasy!
If you want to take the time to vote, I’ve added all the links. All you have to do is click the link, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the like and share buttons for Facebook.
To vote for my Yellow Tang Click Here
For my water Lilly Click Here.
For my Orchids Click Here.
For my roses please Click Here.
And finally, if you would like to vote for my Love cushion Click Here.
Thank you all so much for taking a look at my cushions, I’m really happy with how they turned out!
Obsession uses my all time favourite colours. Aptly named, I have an obsession with the colour purple. I like to have some drama in my paintings, the more contrast and texture the better.
Starting off with some basic colours and soft blends. I love to blend the paint together on my canvas, mixing the different colours by adding different amounts of each colour.
Adding more depth of colour and changing shapes where I think I need to. Nearly finished, I have to just add some more texture with the palette knife and I’m all done! I’m using packing tape to hold my canvas sheet to my board. It’s a really handy tool as it will give me a lovely little border around the edge of my sheet.
If you fancy popping over to see my next piece in progress, I have progress pictures available on my Facebook and Instagram accounts.
If you’re ready to purchase one of my paintings please pop over to my Etsy store.