Impasto… why, though?

I've written before about why I tend to paint in an impressionist style, but I don't think I've gone into much detail about the various techniques that I like to use. My favourite by far - particularly when painting flowers - is the impasto technique. The word impasto comes from the Italian root meaning "to enclose … Continue reading Impasto… why, though?

“Season-spiration” | The complete series

I'm pleased to announce that the season-inspired series is now complete and the listings are live in my Etsy shop! Click right here to view these and other available works now --> https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/StudioLlewellyn 

“The Lake” | Original waterscape oil painting on canvas

Hi everyone, and welcome back to Studio Llewellyn! As my Etsy shop continues to grow, I thought I could introduce the various 'sections' of my shop and give a little explanation of the type of work that I'll be offering there. ••• Of course, you're already familiar with the season-inspired pieces that some of my … Continue reading “The Lake” | Original waterscape oil painting on canvas

“Winter Calling” | Original impressionist oil painting on canvas

Hello everyone. Welcome back to Studio Llewellyn. As you know, my Etsy shop is now live and my first completed work is available to purchase (exciting stuff!). Today's post tells the story of my inspiration behind this original oil painting, and gives you an idea of how it came about. • • • Back in October 2017, … Continue reading “Winter Calling” | Original impressionist oil painting on canvas