Sunday, 30 October 2011

AndreaFarmerArt on Pinterest

I have a new obsession, PINTEREST. Pinterest is a virtual pinboard - a place to catalogue and share the things you love. It reminds me of the mood boards I used to create at college. I was introduced to Pinterest by fellow blogger Georgia Coote.

You can find my boards at: http://pinterest.com/andreafarmerart/ 

Happy pinning! :)



Friday, 21 October 2011

Final reminder

Final reminder for those who haven't seen my solo show at Essex Record Office.

Exhibition ends on Friday 28th October 2011.

Thursday, 20 October 2011

Cherry's Mosaic Monday

Many thanks to Cherry Ann Art for featuring my work (top, left hand square) in her Chelmsford Arts Trail themed Mosaic Monday.

Check out Cherry's blog and her Mosaic Monday on Flickr.

Wednesday, 19 October 2011

WIP

Here are some current works in progress. A small fish painting based on the Zante fish from my sketch book and a large ethereal landscape painting. :)

Thursday, 13 October 2011

Return of inky sketch book

It's been a while, but here's an inky sketch of rocks and crashing waves. More very soon. :)

Friday, 7 October 2011

Etsy shop update

My Etsy shop has been updated with some new ethereal landscape works on paper. I will be adding more affordable gift ideas to my little shop in the run up to Christmas, so please do keep popping by.

Wednesday, 5 October 2011

'Thy Green Array' - NEW ethereal landscape painting

'Thy Green Array' by Andrea Farmer
'Thy Green Array' is the latest addition to my ethereal landscape collection. Created in oil/ink on 200 x 200 mm box canvas.  In thy green array, presiding spirit here today, dost lead the revels of the May, and this is thy dominion.

Purchase from my online gallery.

Tuesday, 4 October 2011

Selling at Make, Do and Mend

During the run up to Christmas, you will be able to purchase some of my smaller paintings and craft items from Make, Do and Mend at 94 Byron Road, Chelmsford CM2 6HJ. Make, Do & Mend stock beautiful handmade gifts, jewellery and treasures made by local people. Pop by to see it all, you'll never need to go else where for a present again!