Autumn UKHandmade Showcase feature

dark-green-leaves-scarf-autumnThe English autumn has yet to turn chilly and most of my garden is still verdant with the heavy, dark green leaves of late summer, but autumn it is and the light is changing. Last week’s photoshoot certainly underscored this change for me. The full sunlight was less harsh than summer sunshine and it cast longer shadows. Happily, I have bagged some interesting modelled product photos for my new Fenella series.

And, additionally, a couple of photographs have been featured in this month’s UKHandmade Autumn Showcase pages 18 and 19 (not the ones shown above).

Now, it’s time to get working on a new design. Lines and shapes first then paint the initial background wash.

paintbrush

 

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About agnesashe

Artisan, blogger and passionate East Anglian working from home.
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2 Responses to Autumn UKHandmade Showcase feature

  1. I especially like the delicate pink scarf. Not a color we associate with fall, but maybe we should, as there is a lot of faded pink around now.

    • agnesashe says:

      Yes, I prefer muted pink, it’s easier on the eye and quite a flattering colour to wear next to the face depending on your skin tone. I think it’s the faded quality that might be a bit autumnal.

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