These are some of the textile dolls and heads I made during the lockdown. The dolls are inspired by old vintage patterns. All the fabrics are very high quality and their faces are hand embroidered. They are all individuals and unique heirlooms.
For decoration only.
The stuffing is 100% wool.
All dolls and more are available in my Etsy shop. 20% off all textile dolls and heads July 18th & 19th please use code MHUGHES4 at the checkout thanks.
I’m delighted to have my painting 2 girls & a boy through to stage 2 for the John Moores painting prize. Fingers crossed, but pleased to get this far.
Little bird animations I’ve been playing about with using coloured pencil drawings
I'm really delighted to have 2 of my paintings included in the Paisley Art Institutes online exhibition this year. "Toy Boat" & "Blooming". This is my favourite exhibition and I always look forward to seeing the annual show. I've been included in the exhibition for at least the past 10 years now and recently was delighted to become an artist member! This year the exhibition is online due to Covid 19, really appreciate all the work involved to put it online! Looking forward to seeing it.
I now have beautiful fine art Giclee prints and art cards available to buy direct from this website for the first time. The cards and prints were produced by Scotlands artists.com.
All prints are on German etching paper and measure 24cm x 18cm for £22
Free shipping for everything at present.
Cards are size A6, all wrapping is now bio degradable
£10 for a set of 3.
There are 2 sets of 3 cards to choose from :
Nature themed "Gold Hills" "3 Girls in Flowers" "Blooming"
Sea themed "Sea Maid" "Toy Boat" "Harbour View"
Please click on the link below.
A few of my small paintings were suppose to be in the Weem gallery in Pitenweem however like everything else at the minute they’re in a virtual exhibition, the link is below.
I haven’t posted anything in a while hope everyone is keeping well in these strange times.
These 2 drawings “@divyuze” and “15” have been selected for the Derwent Art Prize 2020 exhibiting in both London & Paris however postponed till next year. I was absolutely delighted to have both drawings selected however to receive the 2nd prize for “15” is amazing and is so appreciated thanks to Derwent art, Parker Harris and the judges.
link below to the virtual exhibition and also the Derwent Art blog interviews
These are my latest new small paintings ( on linen) almost finished. I’ve had to stop and start quite a few times and change things.. Most of the new work will be on show in The Weem Gallery, Pitenweem in April/May.