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Sheena trained at Liverpool College of Art. She has been drawing archaeological artefacts for many years and has worked as an archaeological illustrator in York, England, in Pompeii, Italy and Belize, Central America where she lived in 20 years She has now returned to England.
Her art is precise and detailed when needed for illustration and her paintings aim to be tranquil and serene.
She is now devoting her time to landscapes mostly of the British countryside, being a keen supporter of the English rural scenery and its preservation.
I was quite concerned to see large areas of the countryside disappearing under creeping urbanisation.
It is consoling to paint scenery as I would wish it to be, even though it will probably continue to be covered in concrete!
Also, having been influenced by the brilliant blue skies of Texas and Connecticut, I have transposed these into my paintings, so that the gloomy skies of England are replaced by a perpetual calming blue which makes the soul sing and cheers the spirit!
Sheena is a member of the Birmingham Watercolour Society and regularly exhibits with them
in and around Worcester.
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