Hello there, I’m Janette. I draw, paint, and occasionally write and illustrate poems - mostly haiku. I work in: watercolour, ink pen, pencil, acrylic...and sometimes, with my fingertip on an iPad. I live in lovely Australia. Thankful† Hope you enjoy your visit here!
There’s much I’m investigating and experimenting with lately. Lots of mixed media work on paper, and little on canvas, and in between it all some work on the iPad - good fun! It’s wonderful to have some work on the go, and ideas percolating, awaiting a brush or pen. And so exciting when they get... Continue Reading →
*Began with watercolour on Cold Pressed, 300gsm Arches watercolour paper. Then dabbed freehand with my finger, some art app media, in the Procreate app. This is Bob, one of our dogs - Jack Russels - sitting on the couch. Probably hoping to hear those favourite words, “want to go for a walk”. Below is our... Continue Reading →
*This post is an excerpt, from a new page of the same title, I've just added it to my blog. Pre - Ramble - I mean Amble. In these past two or so years; after much experimenting with iPad art, I can see, this will continue to be a large part of how I draw... Continue Reading →
"For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.” Isaiah 9:6 KJV Thank you for all the views, follows and likes, of my posts,... Continue Reading →
*I draw and paint with my finger on the iPad screen, rather than use a stylus. Blog Changes I have just changed from my "Adelle" WordPress theme, to another responsive theme called, "Sketch". It allows me to show pics at a larger size and gives a nice clean look around them. I changed my header... Continue Reading →
Hi, great to have you here. This is my first post, well, the first one set to public viewing. I've been busy getting it all ready. I share with you here my my adventures in drawing and painting on an iPad; as well as my art in traditional media: watercolour, ink pen, pencil.... With a scattering of... Continue Reading →