So now its the end of my fine art degree studies. I am planning a new series of paintings looking at how wildlife interacts, both positively and negatively, in our modern urban environments. So be prepared for some unusual and unique subjects in my paintings. I already have some ideas to do with mobile masts, and rooftops. Looking forward to getting started it is my intention to keep a regular blog going on my progress..
Degree show going extremely well won prize of a residency award with The Royal Drawing School, and sold two paintings so far, many thanks to all who have supported me.
Taking part in university botanical garden “plant power day” work shop for making flutes/whistles out of Japanese knotweed hoping for good weather.
2010 Public voted favourite painting Dundee Art Society exhibition. (The bobbing dipper, water colour)
2011 Winner of best amateur painting Meffan Gallery Forfar open competition. (lock and …
Source: Ken Bambury Art Pages
The Bear and the Bee pastel painting SOLD
Goldfinches on Thistles (pastel)
Gooseander chicks (acrylic)
Admiral and Orange tips (acrylic) SOLD
Stag party in Glen Shee SOLD
bees on balsam SOLD
This was one of the items made as part of my course work in 3rd year it is made from bicycle part and spring rake and wood from an old drawer.
i am currently working on a set of bagpipes made from Japanese Knotweed stems and an strange alien sounding Slovakian flute called a Fujara made from and Elder limb.pictures to follow.