January 18th, 2018
Recent blogs and links to my other sites - https://valzart.wordpress.com/2018/01/17/azure-waters/
August 27th, 2017
Here you can find a wealth of designs to cover your walls or yourself in a variety of beautiful fabrics.
August 3rd, 2017
On this site you can purchase my illustrations on a variety of book cover themes. - www.selfpubbookcovers.com/valzart
July 25th, 2017
Through my abstract organic artworks I try to encapture the light, harmonious energies, colours and rhythms of nature. My paintings evolve through the process of using textures, paints and Palette knife. Am always trying to portray an other worldly feeling in my paintings, of the spirit and light shining through the canvas, to reflect the light around and inside the painting. I am totally inspired everyday to paint 'my heart onto canvas for you'. Observing and feeling with my senses the beauty that surrounds us in this amazing world. Picking the colours from the air, always striving to capture that elusive light’ Whatever the medium or technique I am a great believer in the healing energy of art and create ART from the heART.
July 14th, 2017
QUESTIONNAIRE..Talk The Talk
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December 5, 2010
Posted in: Artists
When did you first become interested in art?
I became interested in Art from a very early age doodling on anything & everything, and then went on to receive an high school Art Diploma. I seriously took up painting again in the early nineties exhibiting my work and painting lots of commissions.
What style of art do you use most?
Landscape painting and abstract realism
Has your style changed from when you first began as an artist?
Having painted traditionally most of my life in every medium am delighted to have found my new Digital studio.
What medium do you use?
I call it Tradigital. I digitally enhance my traditional paintings using PSCS4 and Corel Painter11 ie :- Tradigital.
What made you choose that medium?
It is a delightful voyage of discovery everyday in my digital studio, so exciting if I find a new plug-in or a different programme. The only thing I miss is the smell of paint!
Do your ideas come from life or imagination?
How do you choose your images and colours?
I am totally inspired everyday by seeing the wonder and beauty all around me and always striving to capture that elusive light
Who is your favourite artist?
Vincent Van Gogh
What is your favourite piece of work by yourself?
Shelter (portraying that He has the whole world in His care) and I thank God everyday for this wonderful gift He has given me.
How much time (on average) does it take to complete a work?
It can take hours, days or weeks to complete an artwork depending on the subject and medium.
How well do you take criticism?
ok as long as it is constructive
What do you do to overcome a block?
listen to music and totally relax
How do you know something is finished? Is it easy to walk away?
I never think a work is finished, there is an old saying It takes two people to paint, the Artist and someone to hit him over the head when it is finished lol!
Have you had exhibits in galleries?
Ravenham gallery Norfolk
Have you any exhibits in galleries planned for the future?
not at the moment
What are your plans for the future?
What advice would you give new artists?
practice and follow your heART
Have you done any courses to help you?
What do you do to market your work?
Do you use social networking in your day to day life?
http://www.facebook.com/Valzart + http://twitter.com/valzart
Are you available for work (commissions)?
Have you got hobbies?
Where are you based?
Spain/UK I commute between both countries.
June 29th, 2016
This is a new abstract realism Woodland series.
Using macro shots of wood bark and photography of Fritton Woods and birds on the silver birch tree branches.
A Composite of my photographs,layering / blending and changing the opacity levels.
Portraying the secret world of creatures in the ancient Woodland.
Tradigital modern fine art
Software: Paintshop Pro x8 / Photography - own stock