March Hare

March Hare

Written by Jez Hunt

The Accidental Artist | Painting

24th June 2021

Are you getting in your own way of progress?

When I started my painting journey, I had no confidence in my ability. At school, I had been told I would never be good at art, so I had never really tried to express my creativity in this way.

Each week when we are presented with the image we are going to work from, I have mostly had an initial reaction of “Oh shit 🙈” followed by a period of self-talk around I am good enough and it doesn’t matter what other people think (art is subjective anyway!!)

It is all too easy for us to block ourselves before we even get started, and for most of us, once we become aware that we do it, we realise that it actually shows up in all areas of our life and more often than we think.

I’ve always perceived that animals are hard to create, to capture their character, like the cat last week.

This week is another animal, that I’m actually extremely chuffed with!

When you get out of your own way, you will find that anything is possible.

Painting Details:

March Hare was a mixture of techniques including brush layering and palette knife to create an indistinct background.

Medium: Acrylic on 300gsm Aquafine Smooth Watercolour board
Width: 29.7 cm
Height: 42 cm

This item is:

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IMPORTANT: All paintings are one-off, signed originals, by me, Jez Hunt. They are sold ‘as is’, unframed on the full-sized original stock and are non-refundable (please see our Terms of service). Art is subjective. Please make sure you are drawn to any painting before you buy.

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