“Every artist and photographer is a visual storyteller and it is through these stories that people can feel inspired.”
Claudia Dingle is a watercolour artist with her own mix of styles which she has developed over 20 years of painting and drawing.
Most projects begin with pre-liminary pencil sketches to determine composition, shapes and shadows. The primary focus in her paintings is always on the light and its ability to turn the ordinary into the captivating.
In between painting she also likes to take her camera out to capture whatever takes her fancy.
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I recently bought sets 1 and 2 of Letraset’s Aquamarkers. Here is what I think: / Pro Aquamarkers: / better control of lines and no unwanted backflows / Contra Aquamarkers: / staining of paper, sometimes too vibrant for watercolour feeling, blender takes on colour and if not careful it will muddy the next colour, no “happy accidents” like backflows, markers can damage the paper …
I’ve been drawing and painting since childhood, starting with crayons, pencils and pens and later in life using pastels, charcoal and oil. I started painting with watercolours in 1993 and developed a real passion for it because its character allows for an exciting mix of spontaneity and control. I create portraits and landscapes and occassional florals and still lifes using the most unpredictable…
There’s a first time for everything and this has become true for me today because I am a co-curator of the online redbubble watercolour exhibition sponsored by the Solo Exhibition Group. / Nominated watercolour paintings will be posted in the next 2 weeks, the opening of the show will be starting on the 15th of December 2012, 12am EST. / Be there or be square! :)
I am so happy to see one of my works on Billy’s wall in Brussels/ Belgium. Billy is an American musician and photographer and we both took part in a SoJie workshop – him providing the photographic inspiration and me the translation into a watercolour and mixed media painting. / This feels really satisfying that someone is enjoying what I brought to paper. / Thank you Billy for sharing…