The Butterfly Effect!

by Daniel Mackie February 03, 2016 5 Comments

I have been meaning to  add a butterfly to the collection for some time and it is finally here. I had another attempt some time ago, see it here. But it was not quite right. This one made of  bunch of flowers looks much more promising! It will be available as a card and a print  ready for the Spring Fair.

Image © Daniel Mackie

 Watercolour in progress... Rose madder Genuine, hooker green with cadmium yellow

Now available as a card

Images © Daniel Mackie




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Daniel Mackie
Daniel Mackie

February 17, 2016

Thanks for the Comments. I have dragonfly and a bumble bee sketched out .. if all goes well they should be readyby May.
Greta, Dog in the snow .. food for thought…
Rachel You must buy a hare!

Greta Clowes
Greta Clowes

February 13, 2016

Your Christmas cat in the snow is an absolute winner. The person who received it has it on display
as it cheers her day. How about a dog ?!

Rachael Hare
Rachael Hare

February 11, 2016

Love the art work, my favourites are the Butterfly, Hedgehog and the Night Fox, but I must buy a Hare!! Beautilful

Susan Miles
Susan Miles

February 04, 2016

This is beautiful and will be a popular choice in our shop I’m sure. Your cards have created a talking point and have become really popular with our customers. People even travel out of their way to get them now!
Thank you for supplying us – these cards are awesome.

Jo at The Bookshop North Chingford
Jo at The Bookshop North Chingford

February 04, 2016

Love it, love it, love it… beautiful colours, design and idea <3 looking forward to this card :)

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