Whats going on here, Water colour?

Ok, what’s going on here, we having new carpets? Hmm, this is more comfortable ……. Actually no, its me getting ready for next weeks classes – Inspiration from wallpaper.I must admit there is a little trepidation on my part but you know what –Once you get started there are just soooo many possibilities and I … Read more Whats going on here, Water colour?


What’s Happening in Weston Park and Morocco?

So much is going on, we’ve had another workshop, and some contributions are in the Gallery here I have a real life exhibition happening at The Granary, Weston Park, on the A5, and we are going on a virtual trip to Morocco. This was a visit to a place producing Argan Oil. Argan oil is a plant oil produced from … Read more What’s Happening in Weston Park and Morocco?


Oops – where did the summer go – an important notice

If you have not had an email from me – could you email me to let me know art@suechatterton.co.uk I have sent the email about Boscobel House (which we are visiting tomorrow). I may have missed someone. For this reason I am sending it out in a blog. Previously I decided that I could not … Read more Oops – where did the summer go – an important notice


Mouse Angelo Rides into the Rhino Workshop

The day was based on texture and what better animal to paint than a Rhino.Images went from this……. As with all Sue Chatterton Watercolour workshops – lunch is an important event – Lunch was based on traditional South African recipes and included Babotie, Bunny Chow and Malva Pudding. The day went quickly, time always does … Read more Mouse Angelo Rides into the Rhino Workshop


How come rhinos are so big when all they eat are leaves and grass?

Why do we call rhinos black and white – when they are really grey? When we mix black and white together we get grey but that is not the reason.The white rhino is said to have gotten its name from the Afrikaans word for wide (‘wyd’), referring to its wide, square lip (in contrast, black rhinos have … Read more How come rhinos are so big when all they eat are leaves and grass?


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