Several Alpaca farms exist locally as they are grown for their hair like sheep. They look a bit like a camel in the face and often have unique expressions because of their hair and mouths. I found this guy quite comical so I decided to paint him.
8X10 Watercolor on 300lb arches cold press paper. Matted 11X14. Ready to frame.
Jocelyn T. Bichard is an internationally known Visual Artist who is based in New Brunswick, Canada. She paints mainly in Watercolor and Pastel.
She has painting since 1992 when she studied Watercolor under Ray Butler and Pastel with Richard Flynn. Jocelyn continues her art education with online courses and books to this day as you can always learn.
Recently, she is experimenting with other media and combining the two. Her exhibit on Masks showcased Watercolor with gold leaf.
When Jocelyn was a Registered Nurse, art started as a hobby. However, now she puts her all into her artistic endeavors.
She has had works for sale in the West Indies, as well as locally. Most importantly, she now has art works in several countries.
Jocelyn works in several genera’s including Florals, Still lives, Portraits, wildlife and landscapes. These can certainly be seen in her blog Beautyinmyworld.blogspot.com. Above all, her aim is to share the beauty she sees with others. Meanwhile, she hopes to encourages people to look at the beauty in our world with new eyes!
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