'Virgil' the Dachshund needed to be drawn! I hope you all like him.
This is an original artwork made with watercolour, pencil and ink on thick art card.
I've been studying dogs recently and I have been drawing a different breed every night. I'm working towards a solo exhibition called 'The Dog Show' which will be at the Sarah Wiseman Gallery in May 2022. It's lovely exploring all the different features in all different types of dogs!
The paper size for this drawing measures approx 17 x 17cm.
About this drawing: For the later part of 2019, I was drawing daily guinea pigs as part of my 'Daily Guinea' project which has proved very popular. People enjoyed seeing the little faces I created each day both on my social media pages and on this website - and I absolutely love painting them! I have continued to do this but with all different creatures ever since. In the hope that they make people smile through a difficult day. While the original drawing is often available to purchase from my online shop. Viewing the new daily animal is obviously free and I hope it comes as a lovely surprise to my followers each day.
Daily Drawings: I initially started making a little drawing every day as it seemed that there was more and more paperwork to do and some days I wasn't managing to do any drawing at all. Completing one little illustration a day made me feel like I had achieved something creative and lifted my spirits. I receive messages from all over the world saying the drawings are lifting spirits across the globe too, which is just lovely!
My 'Daily Drawings' drawings are very different to the paintings I exhibit in my exhibitions in galleries. If you are looking for a larger piece please have a look through my available work here. or email me for information.
This picture is currently unframed and I will carefully pack it and will post it to you in a hard envelope. I can post worldwide. Please allow up to 10 working days for delivery (within the UK).
This is an original piece of artwork...once it's gone it's gone!!
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