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Join me in 2025
Join me in France in September 2025 for a really exciting opportunity to learn my botanical watercolour techniques, whilst enjoying a fabulous French escape I am really excited to announce that I w...
Vibrant Botanical Painting by Jarnie Godwin
The Book What I Wrote!
I have been incredibly quiet for quite a long time here, but for just over a year I have been working on something very special. It's not so secret now as it's nearly ready for release. But... I wr...
Floreat Exhibition with Jarnie Godwin
New Directions
With the closing of one door comes the opening of another. Earlier this year I was lucky enough to be invited to take part in a fabulous exhibition. Floreat! was held at the Timothy Langston Galle...
Jarnie Godwin Art Ttutorials
Reflect, Review, Renewal
In the next month you will see some big changes here on the website. You may have already noticed a few already. Circumstances change, and these can often act as a catalyst for enormous shifts in focu...
Narcissus Paperwhite watercolour by Jarnie Godwin
Blooming Spring
With the longer days of spring now with us, the turn of the season is once again making itself known. With springtime we get the first beautiful flowers of the year. Early snowdrops lead to crocuses a...
jarnie godwin
In the Moment
The strength of our own wellbeing, and the effect it can have on our mental health is something that is very much in the public eye. It's also a subject very close to my own heart. By tuning in to a p...
Mixing green watercolour
Painting Green
Already this week we have seen the celebration of St. Patrick's day, and along with it the celebration of all things green. Most of all it's all about the Shamrock. Here's a bit of background. Trad...
Daffodil
Spring Ready
The official first day of spring for us here in the Northern Hemisphere isn't until the 20th March, but if like me you are well and truly 'spring ready', it's time to bring out the Daffodils. If y...
Acorn - Jarnie Godwin Art
Capturing Autumn
Although this year hasn't been the best, and certainly not what any of us planned, nature has blissfully carried on regardless. Rose hips have been plentiful, the birds have been busily emptying our g...
green rose hip
Rose Hips
I love painting rose hips, and I love to see them in the garden too. For me rose hips play an important part not just for my autumn painting, but for the wildlife visitors we are so lucky to get. T...