This series of mixed media new works uses personal reference material as a backdrop and context for recent investigation. These contextual materials range between the geographical, geological, meteorological and historical to the satirical and metaphorical.
I have lived with my husband in Bridgnorth for over twenty five years having been a teacher of art and design in Stourbridge during most of this time. More recently after retiring I divide my time between several rewarding unpaid occupations and enjoy having the freedom to spend time developing my own work.
A selection of portraiture and nature drawings.
Jess Pritchard is a self taught wildlife and pet portrait artist working from her studio in Worcestershire. Her chosen medium is pencils as she began using them from a young age and feels they best suit her techniques. Jess has displayed work in a number of exhibitions and art fairs since starting as a professional artist four years ago and has won multiple awards including the Derwent Pencil Award. Due to the exposure of such exhibitions, she has gained a wide spread of media coverage and is a Resident Art Blogger for Derwent.
I am a mixed media artist working in 2D and 3D materials to create textural and colourful work. The artwork Is inspired by my life and travels and I like to create uplifting and energetic pieces from my home studio in Wolverhampton with an aim to put a smile on people’s faces. I am looking forward to meeting you in Bridgnorth and having the opportunity to be inspired by your own stories and life experience. If you enjoy the artwork and are interested in having a go at creating mixed media pieces yourself please ask me on the day or contact me via email.
I paint, usually with inks. My favourite subject is peacocks.