The Arts School – the start

So I have been quiet because I have been busy!  1) the boy who will be 7 months old next week, amazing!  I could spend all day watching him learn the world! The greatest time consumers! 2) The Little Art on the Green, more details next week And 3)  I have started an arts school! …

Deadline!

The Postcard Project, as part of The Little Arts Festival, closes at the end of this week. Get your entry sent in! It’s a great way to have your work exhibited and be part of a fantastic community arts event!  Here are the details

Postcard project live!

The Little Arts Festival postcard project is now live through Facebook and The Arts Council jobs and news section. 

Calling all creatives!

Have you ever tried to create something from nothing? Well that is what myself and a small team of volunteers are attempting to do!  Please support us by participating in our project!  Little Arts Festival 19th- 28thAugust 2016Postcard project – Are you an artist, photographer, or illustrator? – Do you write stories or poetry? –…

New stockist!

You can now buy my canvas painted cards from Limecross Nursery! ©www.sophiemayer.com

Popsicle Lewes

A while ago I saw a shop in Lewes called Popsicle and was in love!    “Live life in colour” is the text on the door of this shop, and it’s wonderful, vibrant owner Sharon does just that. I am really excited to be exhibiting a series of paintings on the shops display board in…

Busy times

Some days you believe you have taken on to many things and nothing is getting done. Some days you see that you are chipping away at lots of different projects and the reward will come later down the line. Some days you need to take stock and shut down those things that realistically will not…

New painting 

Today I started on a new painting!  It is an abstract landscape, it shows the movement in asthetics from the work I was producing in London (central row right), influenced by the environment I now live in (the landscape photographs). So far I have done 2 small studies, and started drawing out the large canvas….

It’s a little early for spring

   Top left image: The Arrival of Spring in Woldgate, East Yorkshire, 2011 (twenty eleven). The painting forms one part of a 52-part work by David Hockney RA.