A deer made for a family friend – emeralds and gold.
Origami deer with crystal antlers floating in space. Painted for our art exchange with Rishi. Acrylic, 2017.
A huge (about 1,5m wide) deer in acrylic for friends’ new place.
Making friends into art still, this time mixing even more media.
Acrylic, watercolour, ink, pens.
I had a canvas and I wanted to make acrylic look like it’s watercolour.
While Daily mail thinks that muntjac deer are threat to our wildlife, I was asked kindly to draw one based on an old memory of meeting one.
Originating from South-East China and Taiwan, they were introduced in the UK in the beginning of the 20th century and since then became one of the most populous deer found in England.
We’ve been talking about this for a while and finally – my deer are hanging at my favourite cafe in London – Scandinavian kitchen.
They are free to view and surrounded by lovely people and buns throughout April and maybe a bit beyond – pop by if you’re around!
A deer I have drawn just before going to my friends to celebrate Christmas. Then it was part of our secret Santa game and now the deer lives in Clapham.