Monthly Archives: December 2012

A quite late Merry Christmas

It’s the thought that counts :/

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© Ian Pearce 2012

Little ‘Sister’

So after over a month long hiatus from painting due to a visit to Ireland and pure laziness, I got back into the swing and have done a portrait of one of my best mates Annica. The painting is based on probably the best photo I have of her, as she has a tendency to pull faces when the camera is out. I got lucky and got striking portrait of her. She has got amazing eyes and the longest eyelashes of anyone I know. It’s called Little ‘Sister’ as she is one of my closest female friends here in Sweden and anywhere in the world and I love her as a sister. We fight as bad siblings do, which I must add.

I am working towards an exhibition of my paintings in January and to balance up the genders I added this. I think the break did me a world of good as I am pretty proud of this one in particular.

Watercolour & Ink on 36cm x 51cm Cotton 300g/m² heavyweight paper

© Ian Pearce 2012

White Lines Wintertime

The view from my window tonight. I do love a bit of snow.

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White Lines Wintertime
© Ian Pearce 2012