What A Ride – GradGallery Retrospective

laura elliott with her illustrations at GradGallery exhibition

I’m super chuffed to say that my Twisted Love Stories and Music Birds went down a treat.  I sold several prints, postcards and even an original painting to a lovely couple (Noted Birds, top left) – I think they were going to put it in their son’s room.  I had the pleasure of meeting the newborn boy and I think he liked me and the painting, at least, he didn’t scowl at me so I think it’s a good sign (I can never tell with babies).

watercolour painting noted birds for gradgallery exhibition in cheltenham

 

 

 

 

 

 

GradGallery Private View

 

The private view was good fun, lots of people and a great vibe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I invigilated on the Saturday and it was great to be able to watch people’s reactions to my work – I saw quite a few people leaning in to read my twisted love stories and walk away chuckling.  Unfortunately I wan’t there at the time but my friend told me she saw a man looking at my work (Hunter’s Foxy Time) and break out in a huge belly laugh saying ‘that’s hilarious!’.  I know humour is a very personal thing, so I’ll let you decide for yourselves:

digital artwork for gradgallery

 

 

digital illustration on the theme twisted love story of a biscuit and a cup of tea

 

 

 

digital illustration of hunter dressed as fox

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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