Mid-year last year my gentle giant Wylie was diagnosed with bone cancer in his chin. Unfortunately the cancer was too far gone so I was managing his pain and giving him lots of love until it was time to say good bye. Needless to say this was an incredibly difficult time for me. Wylie was…
Author: Leah Lux
This painting of Ruby, painted in colours that suit her mum’s house and style, will be a perfect reminder of a beautiful, loving companion who has now passed. This one was a challenge, using new digital brushes on my iPad Pro and the Apple Pencil, but I do love a challenge! More importantly, I have…
It was a wonderful experience to be one of the lucky-dip artists for the Cat Protection Society’s recent fund raiser: Crappy Cat Art. I tried out some new techniques and honed some old ones. I will definitely be part of their next art fundraiser. I have used the Procreate App on my iPad Pro with…
Redhens was created for the Well Red group exhibition at MREAM Studios in 2019. I love the Redhead match boxes, and as we had just got some chickens, I thought their red face would be a humorous substitute. I used Procreate app and an Apple Pencil on an iPad Pro. Scroll for additional photos of…
In July 2014, I held my Facets-Exploring History Through Surfaces solo exhibition, at MREAM Studios. It was a collection of prints, paintings, and photo montages inspired by my travels in Barcelona, London and Paris.
Dung Beetle, 2019, digital iPad, drawing. Originally drawn for the Inktober Challenge.
Jabba the Silkie
Jabba the Silkie Chicken, 2019, iPad drawing
Rouge Pooch , 2018, acrylic on canvas Painted originally as a demonstration piece at a market stall