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    Lisa Parker

    Lisa Parker started drawing as soon as she could hold a pencil. Drawing and nature were her passions in life. She loves all nature so it was inevitable she was either going to work with nature or...

    Lisa Parker started drawing as soon as she could hold a pencil. Drawing and nature were her passions in life. She loves all nature so it was inevitable she was either going to work with nature or draw it. She started in pastels originally, going into watercolours. It was then while working in a picture framers that she met the late Mick Cawston, he declared that her style would be better suited to oils, he then insisted from that day on that she took her sketch book where ever she went. He even marched her to an army supplies so she could buy some combat trousers so that she would never have an excuse to not have her sketch pad. They both sketched everywhere!!! in the pubs, lying on their bellies in the mud watching deer, they even did oil paintings with their easels wedged in the river mud. She joined a horse drawing group where she met, Malcome Coward , Barry Peckham and Colin Allbrook. She learned so much from watching such well estabilshed watercolour and oil artists drawing from life and she attribute most of her success to them.

    It was a real struggle to make a living with painting, she worked an 8 hour day and stubbornly painted 4 hours per day,every day, determined to improve her technique.

    She did a variety of jobs, building shop displays, picture framing and even doing oil painting demonstrations. Her passion for nature was not neglected during this time, at weekends she was invited to draw in the animal enclosures, the meercats used to bite! She also used to volunteer at the dogs trust and she was always surrounded by animals.

    Lisa Parker definitely had the financial struggles associated with artists. Oils were so expensive and exhibitions cost a fortune to put on, Lisa used to boil up potatoes, parsnips and carrots to make big soups to last a few days, and many a day after staying up until 4am exhausted making printed bags Lisa wondered what on earth was I doing this all for?

    She got really interested in the magical side of things after working with Nemesis Now, Lisa was their original artist, and they sort of learnt together about witchcraft and the true meaning of it, she became fascinated.

    Lisa went back to drawing freelance fairly recently, however after designing anonymously for so long Lisa had to play catch up and without an agent she couldnt afford to be shy! Lisa contacted just about everyone she could think of!

    Lisa Parker is loving being able to draw what really inspires her and she is so lucky to have such strong support from social media, allowing her the opportunity to further develop her skills.

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    Lisa Parker

    Lisa Parker started drawing as soon as she could hold a pencil. Drawing and nature were her passions in life. She loves all nature so it was inevitable she was either going to work with nature or draw it. She started in pastels originally, going into watercolours. It was then while working in a picture framers that she met the late Mick Cawston, he declared that her style would be better suited to oils, he then insisted from that day on that she took her sketch book where ever she went. He even marched her to an army supplies so she could buy some combat trousers so that she would never have an excuse to not have her sketch pad. They both sketched everywhere!!! in the pubs, lying on their bellies in the mud watching deer, they even did oil paintings with their easels wedged in the river mud. She joined a horse drawing group where she met, Malcome Coward , Barry Peckham and Colin Allbrook. She learned so much from watching such well estabilshed watercolour and oil artists drawing from life and she attribute most of her success to them.

    It was a real struggle to make a living with painting, she worked an 8 hour day and stubbornly painted 4 hours per day,every day, determined to improve her technique.

    She did a variety of jobs, building shop displays, picture framing and even doing oil painting demonstrations. Her passion for nature was not neglected during this time, at weekends she was invited to draw in the animal enclosures, the meercats used to bite! She also used to volunteer at the dogs trust and she was always surrounded by animals.

    Lisa Parker definitely had the financial struggles associated with artists. Oils were so expensive and exhibitions cost a fortune to put on, Lisa used to boil up potatoes, parsnips and carrots to make big soups to last a few days, and many a day after staying up until 4am exhausted making printed bags Lisa wondered what on earth was I doing this all for?

    She got really interested in the magical side of things after working with Nemesis Now, Lisa was their original artist, and they sort of learnt together about witchcraft and the true meaning of it, she became fascinated.

    Lisa went back to drawing freelance fairly recently, however after designing anonymously for so long Lisa had to play catch up and without an agent she couldnt afford to be shy! Lisa contacted just about everyone she could think of!

    Lisa Parker is loving being able to draw what really inspires her and she is so lucky to have such strong support from social media, allowing her the opportunity to further develop her skills.

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