Thursday, 28 February 2013

farmyard miniature paintings

No title yet...© Tracy Hall 2013
3" x 2.25" watercolour (with ghost penny for scale)
Back on the farm with my two latest miniature paintings, the first in the lambing shed with a shetland ewe and lamb and below a happy pig (large white) enjoying some mud and sunshine.
No title yet here either... © Tracy Hall 2013
2" x 2" watercolour (with ghost penny for scale)
There are lots of flowers coming up shortly on both the big easel and the little one which is always fun in february! We've had some lovely weather recently and you could almost be fooled into thinking it was spring. It's lovely to see the crocuses and snowdrops appearing in the garden and the fulmars are back in their nests on the cliffs along the shore. Roll on summer!


Jeanette said...

Fabulous paintings Tracy. The detail at this size always amazes me.

Sadami said...

Dear Tracy,
So lovely work! Thank you for sharing.
Ah, our summer is at the end.
Kind regards, Sadami

Carol Blackburn said...

Oh such fun paintings. Lovely!

Egretta Wells blog said...

Tracy, I just love these mini farmyard paintings, especially the sheep! It is hard to believe they are only 2"x 2"! Amazing detail.

Sketchbook Squirrel said...

Just love how you've captured the light and shade on these two Tracy. I love sheep! x