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I want to share a quick post about what happened at the Thai Food and Craft Fair at Hook Road Arena, Epsom on Sunday 14th June.
If you have been following my Twitter Feed, recent tweets were about this fair and the live portrait drawing I was offering. Also including Pet Portraits.
I’ve painted few pet portraits before but not one on location and live!
Unfortunately, the dreary, cloudy weather dampened the start of the fair. Scattered showers and all. But despite the grey weather, people still came! Enjoyed the food and the entertainment on show.
My stall was close to the stage, so there were singers, ladyboys and dancing but I didn’t get a chance to take a photo, Sorry!
This time I did get to eat and have a break, unlike last year, my cup of watermelon was dropped. I treated myself to a Single Flake Ice Cream.
So, I’ve brought along my Prints, Father’s Day cards, my Origami Pack and made some creative prizes for the Lucky Dip! Prizes in the Lucky Dip were badges, postcards, pencils, water soluble pencils, felt tips an Muji pens.
I drew portraits of these cute siblings here, they were really good and behaved well despite the weather. Their Nan loved their portrait.
Finally, I also got to paint a 1-year-old English Bulldog called Moose! He is so handsome! I do have a soft spot for dogs and I was so happy to be painting his portrait.
Here are couple of progress shots of completing Moose’s Portrait.
It was a welcomed challenge to create a detailed portraiture within the loud atmosphere of the fairs and the distraction of my curious two nieces!