Artwork by Jayne Netley Mayhew, page 2
(c) Copyright Jayne Netley Mayhew 2008
'Autumn Moon'

Barn Owl

Water Colour
Painting
(c) Copyright Jayne Netley Mayhew 2008
The two insets show the fine detail Jayne includes in her
paintings.
The feathers are built up with many layers, using the finest of
brushes and coloured washes.
(c) Copyright Jayne Netley Mayhew 2008
'A Gentle Breeze'

Leopard

Pencil and
Water Colour
Painting
(c) Copyright Jayne Netley Mayhew 2008
Lead pencils, hard and soft, are used
to create the detail of the leopard, with
coloured washes giving shape and
depth.
(c) Copyright Jayne Netley Mayhew 2008
'Biggles'

Bernese Mountain
Dog

Pencil and
Water Colour
Painting
(c) Copyright Jayne Netley Mayhew 2008
'Morning
Ride'
Oil Painting
(c) Copyright Jayne Netley Mayhew 2008
'Indian Lady'

Oil Painting
(c) Copyright Jayne Netley Mayhew
2008
'Mexican Man'

Oil Painting
Lead pencils, hard and soft,
with colour washes worked
beautifully together when I
painted my sleepy puppy.
You have to be careful when
using the two mediums, as
they can muddy when they
mix together.


    When I paint, it can take me months to complete a picture in watercolour. When I start a painting I really have no set idea of what I will do apart from the subject, and maybe the
    season.
    I spend quite a bit of time working on small studies throughout the year, which I will use for reference on later paintings. Water colour and pencil, with my notes on colour, dates and
    anything else I think of that might be useful at the time I painted them, even the colour mix I used.
    These are invaluable to me, along with photographs my husband, Ian, will take for me. When I work in oils, I will always do an under-painting. Get this right and the colour part is
    easy.
Springtime has a great
selection of blossom to paint.
Studies of seed
heads as they
ripen though out
the year.
A study of a beautiful
Dog Rose.
Different seeds painted
while on Safari for use
in later paintings.
How I paint
(c) Copyright Jayne Netley Mayhew 2011
Here is a selection of some of my favourite paintings
that I have produced recently, including my very own
chickens! Unfortunately I'm not allowed a big cat as a
pet........what a shame!
All of these paintings have been included on my Papercraft CD
'The Jayne Netley Mayhew Collection, Part 2'
Brought to you by
Joanna Sheen
2017