Colouring Book

“Every child is an artist. 
The problem is how to remain an artist once he [she] grows up” - Picasso


I love colour!

Across The Pond
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We know that artists have changed the colours of a work by using different techniques and media such as silk-screen, etching, lino cuts, wood block & more.


My interest differed. I wanted to know and understand how different colours affect a viewer's response to the same work.


I began experimenting by first creating a line drawing. A printer was used to reproduce the  drawing and then colour was added by hand and/or computer. 









A computer monitor can become my canvas & an app my brush, paints, pastels or pencils.

Opus 16
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Now you know my story, let's bring out the artist in you!!!

I've created a colouring book which will consist of:

  1. A signed copy of four of my Opus Series each 8.5" x 11"

  2. A line drawing of each of the five pieces

  3. A box of Derwent Coloured pencils

All ready for you to complete in your choice of colours.

Then sign it, frame it, hang it and enjoy it.