This is a lucky orange underwing moth that I bravely rescued from a cold and peaty lochan, armed only with a long stick and a fairly good sense of balance. I had G on standby just incase I fell in. We had a lovely walk round the lochan in the sunshine, lots of birdsong and a woodpecker occassionaly hammering away in the distance. It was bliss after too many days cooped up in the studio and I was able to relax knowing I'm on track to have all the work done for the exhibition in good time, hurrah!
- Imogen Greene
- I'm a nature obsessed artist who lives in an little house in a little vilage in the Highlands of Scotland.I wander around a lot in the wilds and spend time just looking at things like birds and moths and trees and rocks. The rest of the time I'm drawing or painting, making odd things out of old stuff and drinking giant cups of peppermint tea. Imogen Greene is my pen name. I like the way it sounds and it just kind of suits what I do.
Saturday, 31 March 2012
Sunday, 25 March 2012
To use your 20% discount all you have to do is-
At the checkout click on "Apply shop coupon code " and type in SPRINGSALE12
the discount applys to the item price or the total price for multiple items but not to shipping.
The Sale will run for one week from now and then I will open it for a the following week to everyone, so if there is something you have had your eye on..........
I'm thinking about changing a few things around, it's been very quiet on the sales front so I'm having a clear out and have big plans for when I have some free time again to devote to Etsy.
Which will be soon!
Wednesday, 21 March 2012
This is yesterday- I spent most of the day measuring and remeasuring for mounts and frames, these are all destined for the exhibition in May plus a few more that I still have to do. Sorry about the quality of the photo, a new camera is on my list but I've just spent all my hard earned cash on frames- lets hope I have some sales.......
Thursday, 15 March 2012
It's been ages since I last posted , sorry! I'm busy working towards an exhibition and have been neglecting Imogen's Attic. I'm afraid this will probably continue untill the start of May when the exhibition opens. I'll let you have a sneak peek at some of the work nearer the time. I'm going to finish painting No14 tomorrow, if all goes well. Only six more to go!