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drawings & watercolour

"Watercolour a delicate medium and well suited to delicate subjects..."

A short course in natural history illustration led Tricia Hood to rediscover her original love of drawing. Tricia had always had an eye for detail and found herself absorbing the course. She was hungry to learn more, and her desire led to wanting to paint with colour. So watercolour seemed a natural progression.

Why Paint with Watercolour?

Watercolour is a delicate and some would say, tricky, medium to learn. However it is probably one of the best mediums for painting flowers. Tricia wanted to learn how to paint with water colours. As a result she did some tutorials through Anna Mason, a renown British botanical artist. Tricia found an affinity with watercolour and how it flowed. It’s portability was an added bonus, so watercolor became a favored medium.

Watercolour painting is made up of multiple layers of paint so patience and a gentle touch is needed. So it fitted well with Tricia’s style.  She gained confidence in watercolors and so began her journey painting her own designs.

What subjects does Tricia Hood paint in watercolour?

The subject of Tricia Hood’s watercolours are mostly floral, however she has started painting birds. This is likely a subject that she will explore in the future and produce more paintings of.

I Love Your Work so can I Commission a Watercolour?

Yes, Tricia does take commissions but it is subject to negotiation. You can find out more about Commissions by clicking HERE.

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Floral watercolours by Tricia Hood
Some of Tricia Hood's original watercolour paintings

Botanical & Floral Watercolour Paintings

Bird Studies in Graphite Pencil & Watercolour

Acrylic & Mixed Media

Acrylic paint and mixed media lends itself to bold and bright contemporary paintings. Tricia Hood explores whimsical and flouncy floral themes as well as exploring botanical paintings.

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Read about where Tricia Hood finds her inspiration.​

Metal Art

A lesser part of Tricia Hood's work is plasma cut metal art and smaller 3D steel sculptures. The plasma cutting is all done by hand. Subjects focus on nature and florals

"The richness I achieve comes from nature ... the source of my inspiration".
Claude Monet
Impressionist Artist