Weekend Art Challenge – Colours of Autumn Trees

Welcome to the results of this weekend art challenge all about the colours of Autumn trees! We have received some absolutely stunning pieces of artwork this week. To start us off, our featured image is a beautiful watercolour by Rachel Shelly. Scroll down to see it in full, it’s superbly painted, has a lovely and fresh feel and describes the vibrant autumn trees well. Congratulations, Rachel, on creating such a stunning painting! Your talent shines through. Keep up the excellent work!

We also want to bring your attention to the stunning watercolour and pencil artwork below by student Oksana Fedorchuk. We love the richness of the wet in wet colours. The pencil textures Oksana has used on top of the watercolour, really adds to the piece. Well done for a very creative and imaginative piece.

The perspective of Radmila Ristic and Vera Jaouadi’s artwork is intriguing, as they’ve positioned themselves beneath the trees, gazing upwards to capture the essence of leaves and branches. This approach lends a dynamic quality to their paintings, and we truly appreciate both of these images.

The artwork from everyone is absolutely stunning! A big congratulations to all our students who participated this week. We’ve already posted the next challenge, and it’s a bit different this time. Take a look and see what creative ideas you can bring to the table!

Oksana Fedorchuk
Radmila Ristic
Watercolour and felt tip pen painting for this week’s challenge.
Vera Jaouadi
Here are my autumn trees, made using pen and ink and watercolour.
It’s painted from a photo that I took when I was walking my dog, just after sunrise on a crisp autumn morning. The view was absolutely stunning, and I don’t think I’ve done it justice, but it gives an idea of what it was like.
Catherine Thompson
Here’s another version of my previous piece – its what autumn trees means to me personally.
Catherine Thompson
I’ve just been to Centerparcs at Sherwood Forest so the weekly challenge came just at the right time. Attached is my submission for the challenge which was painted in pastels.
Lisa Norman
‘ Maple Coffee’ we sweeten Coffee with Maple Syrup here Watercolour 
Jane Reid
Tomasz Jarzebowski
A quick coloured pencil drawing of leaves I found.
Nina Phillips
Watercolour on 300gsm NOT.
Clifford Herbert
Rachel Shelley

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