Swan Reflections

Swan Reflections

Written by Jez Hunt

The Accidental Artist | Painting

4th June 2021

I didn’t do art at school… I never thought I was good enough.

I’ve always been fascinated with different artists though, especially van Gogh, Monet, Picasso and Munch.

I recently signed up for some online art classes and have thoroughly enjoyed every minute.

The great thing about art is that it’s subjective, open to interpretation, and importantly, doesn’t really matter what anyone else thinks!

Much like anything in life really!

So, with that in mind, here’s one for anyone who feels they aren’t good enough…

… if there is something you’ve always wanted to do, it doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks.

I say ignore the trolls and do it!

Painting Details:

This is my second ever painting, and my first animal! This was a mixture of brushwork combined with palette knife to give texture to the neck and wings.

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

This item is:

For Sale

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.

Copyright of any reference materials used to create the paintings remains with the original author(s). All Rights Reserved.

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