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Bored and uninspired one day, I stood in my kitchen wondering what I could draw? Whilst wondering I absent mindedly started tidying and rearranging things on the ledge. I’m not one for nice pot ornaments, rather have slightly wacky or weird decorative things around! So, as I now had a disarrayed pile of things I had moved and a clean window ledge – The idea struck me. I could use it as a little staging area for a series of still life pictures!!!
The idea for “On a Ledge Series” was born. Above is one version of ‘Jack and Jill’, two little rag dolls my daughter brought home from a trip abroad. This particular one is done in watercolour. Other posts of Jack and Jill for the future will be a version in soft pastel and one in oils.