Freelance website design in Folkestone Kent and London

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Very busy with a secret last minute commission for the retiring CEO of England Rugby. The RFU asked for a portrait of him with best mate legend Bill Beaumont coming through the player's tunnel... As I had so little time (a week) it was done in acrylic so the paint would be dry. 24" x 30" Unveiled on the pitch at Twickenham at Ian Ritchie's leaving party. ... See MoreSee Less

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Did a one hour painting demo at Seabrook Primary today... I LOVE DOING DEMOS!! Catch this 45 second time-lapse ... See MoreSee Less

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Dymchurch Beach, Oil on Canvas with Palette knife, 24" x 48" ... See MoreSee Less

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Raffle prizes for the Folkestone Sandcastle Competition 2017. A big thanks to all those who donated! £1 per strip available from my gallery and on the day!

1st £100 Art Voucher donated Shane Record
2nd £40 Food Voucher donated Powder & Magazine
3rd £25 Fish Voucher donated Folkestone Trawlers
4th Golf for Two donated Richard Brake
5th Paintball for Two donated Richard Brake
6th 1 x £20 Mascot Appearance Voucher donated by Children’s Party Mascots
7th 1 x £20 Mascot Appearance Voucher donated by Children’s Party Mascots
8th 1 x Hair Cut donated Hair Studio
9th £10 Raffle Tickets Trawler Race Ride donated Folkestone Trawler Race
10th Basket of Toiletries donated St Eanswythe’s School
11th Pink Fizz donated SAGA

£1.00 per strip – all monies raised for the Church Street Project providers of creative therapy and therapeutic counselling to young people in this area
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Folkestone Sandcastle Competition 2017 next Sunday 16th! Jessica Hynes judging and lots of prizes. ... See MoreSee Less

Folkestone Sandcastle Competition 2017

July 16, 2017, 10:00am - July 16, 2017, 1:00pm

Folkestone Sandcastle Competition 2017 next Sunday 16th! Jessica Hynes judging and lots of prizes.

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Latest painting. Kingsdown Beach, near Deal. If you haven't been there it's really lovely with a great pub on the beach called the Zetland Arms. 20" x 40" Oil on Canvas with Palette knife. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Folkestone Sandcastle Competition is back! Raising money for The Church Street Project, providers of Creative Therapy and Therapeutic Counselling to children in Shepway. July 16th! ... See MoreSee Less

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First painting of the year! Folkestone Harbour Station - before its current renovation... Oil on Canvas 26" x 34" ... See MoreSee Less

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I'm still unable to walk yet so it's hampered my production somewhat! I have however - with the help of many people - been able to completely revamp the studio. I'd post photos but it still looks like utter chaos! I'm having an opening to mark the change on Saturday 20th May from 6-9pm. There'll be a music set from 8-9pm which will be great. If you'd like to come please let me know! ... See MoreSee Less

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1 min movie. Hope you like... ... See MoreSee Less

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Been busy back in the studio with more apples... one a day actually. It's been great doing some life drawing before getting back to painting and I like the idea of eating an apple and drawing the space left behind. They kind of all have their own characters. Biro today. The others are charcoal and pencil. ... See MoreSee Less

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An apple a day. Yesterday's was in ink, today in pencil. Wanted to do some faster still lives... ... See MoreSee Less

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Last still life before going back to the studio. Completely from life and was using the angles from both eyes. Just a pencil and an A3 pad. And many hours/days. I wanted to get into the relationship between the opposing armies, and to obsess with stuff that's close by. After all, I've had the time to... Playing chess with a few friends (online) has been great during this awful inactivity! (Chess.com is brilliant) But... I'll be back in the studio from tomorrow but wanted to finish this first. Please come and say hello! Best wishes to you all x ... See MoreSee Less

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Still life from my bedside. Pain Relief. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thanks for all the comments on my last post. This is my first drawing from home. I'm having to lie down a lot to keep the leg elevated... Drawing helps me pass the time and I'm exploring what it's like to be stuck. The arrow (which the doctor drew on before surgery) is fading now. ... See MoreSee Less

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Breaking news... I have er, broken my leg. I just spent a week in hospital (needed surgery). I am ok, getting better every day and have even had time to do some drawing from my bed.
The studio will be open at the weekends for the time being (with Abby rather than me in there for the next week at least) and during the week by appointment only. Feel free to contact me here or via my website.
Best wishes to you all!
Shane
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This year I'm mixing it up a bit and doing more drawing. This is one of the five drawings I've done so far of the Harbour Arm station... Ink brush. Will post a biro sketch tomorrow ... See MoreSee Less

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The Baubles are ALL GONE!! And a very Merry Christmas to all - especially those with trees full of Folkestone such as these lovely people... ... See MoreSee Less

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Shane Record Paintings shared EVco's photo. ... See MoreSee Less

Folkestone in a Bauble

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