Paintings

Do you love painting? Watercolour Seascapes, a step-by-step illustrated guide about painting seascapes like these, is available at http://mybook.to/WatercolourSeascapes and for demonstrations in painting animals see http://mybook.to/AnimalPortraits Also, see my sister site www.paintingmadepossible.wordpress.com

Waves at Newgale – watercolour – Ruth Coulson

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Caerfai – watercolour – Ruth Coulson

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Cathedral from Y Bont, St Davids – watercolour – Ruth Coulson

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Dinas Fach, Newgale – watercolour – Ruth Coulson

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Dog on Newgale beach – watercolour – Ruth Coulson

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Newgale pools – watercolour – Ruth Coulson

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Old Porthgain – acrylic – Ruth Coulson

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Plumstone Mountain – watercolour – Ruth Coulson

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The Upstart Raven – watercolour and ink – Ruth Coulson

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Wave, Newgale – watercolour – Ruth Coulson

 

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Lying Low – acrylic ink – Ruth Coulson

 

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Wayward – watercolour and ink – Ruth Coulson

 

RamTom – ink – Ruth Coulson

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Distant Ramsey – watercolour – Ruth Coulson

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Morning Light, Newgale –  watercolour – Ruth Coulson

Ramsey and South Bishop RockSouth Bishop Rock – watercolour – Ruth Coulson

Reflections, WhitesandsReflections, Whitesands – watercolour – Ruth Coulson

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Long-tailed tits – watercolour and ink – Ruth Coulson

A demonstration of this painting and those below executed in pastel, ink, and watercolour will be amongst those in a new painting book, Animal Portraits in Pastel, Ink, and Watercolour. I hope to release this in 2021.
Harvest Mice on Brambles – ink and watercolour.
Cat – pastel on velour
Elephant – watercolour, ink, and granulation medium.

Like to know how I painted these portraits? http://mybook.to/AnimalPortraits

2 thoughts on “Paintings

    1. Thank you, Sarah. They all have something in them I love, and they all have flaws, but that’s the nature of art. You’re never quite content with what you produce. There’s always that feeling you could have done it better. Old Porthgain and Reflections have sold, but Wayward is staying with me. She sits on an easel in my art room and reminds me daily to be brave.

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