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Blue Blue Bluebells painting by Anita Bowerman

Blue Blue Bluebells and cows

by Anita Bowerman June 03, 2017 0 Comments

Blue is one of my favourite colours and I felt compelled to sit amongst the Bluebells and put paint to canvas. After an altercation with some cows I finally set to painting the young trees growing through the thick carpet of bluebells and the end result was Blue Blue Bluebells.

 

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Painting flowers at Harrogate Garden and Flower School

Painting flowers at Jo Banks Harrogate Garden and Flower School

by Anita Bowerman May 13, 2017 0 Comments

Chatting with some of my regular art course clients I discovered that they loved the idea of painting outside but wanted this to be in a private environment. The Harrogate Garden and Flower School offered to accommodate us and the first of what will be ongoing courses took place on 6 May 2017.

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Anita Bowermain painting cherry blossom on the Stray in Harrogate

Painting cherry blossom on the Stray in Harrogate

by Anita Bowerman April 29, 2017 0 Comments

As a Yorkshire artist based in Harrogate, I am absolutely drawn to the iconic cherry blossom trees on the Stray and I set up my equipment to start painting. I was very lucky that the Yorkshire Post photographer happened to be passing as I was painting and took a great shot which appeared in his paper.

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Exclusive paper cut for The Harrogate Review

Exclusive paper cut for The Harrogate Review

by Anita Bowerman April 01, 2017 0 Comments

I was commissioned to create a front cover for The Harrogate Review, Tour de Yorkshire 2017 edition. I was happy to get involved and lots of drawing, measuring and paper cutting ensued. The end result was a miniature paper cut map depicting the route of Stage 2 of the Tour de Yorkshire 2017.

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The London Silver Vaults art commission

The London Silver Vaults art commission

by Anita Bowerman January 14, 2017 0 Comments

The London Silver Vaults is occupied with shops selling beautiful silver. I was contacted to see if I would be interested in designing 1.5 metre wide paper cut backdrops for three display cabinets in the entrance. One backdrop was based on London Docklands, another a country estate and finally one of Berkeley Square.

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Virgin Money Sheffield stainless steel artwork

Virgin Money art commission

by Anita Bowerman January 14, 2017 0 Comments

I was asked to produce a 1.5 metre diameter stainless steel wheel artwork depicting the antique and vintage cutlery produced in Sheffield. This is now displayed in the luxurious new Virgin Money Lounge in Sheffield. Apparently, the customers really love it!

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