Artist Leana Robinson on Carbis Bay Beach

Time to Niche Down and Here's Why?

This last 9 months has been a huge learning curve for me as I make my way towards my dream of being a full time artist.⁠

⁠I've experimented and made mistakes, tried out different styles and mediums, but I'm now back on track.⁠ It's almost like I needed to do that to get all the ideas out of my head onto paper and now I'm back on track.

Moving forward I will be focusing on my watercolour animals, pet portraits and acrylic landscapes.⁠. ⁠You might notice some prints disappear from my website and new some new ones take their place.⁠


As a result of me choosing to niche down in these areas I'm taking down my Dream Big Collection.  I was pulled to create the collection and I loved every minute of it, I'm not sure if it was the move to Cornwall or the need to remind myself to believe in myself too, that made me create them.  But create them I did and I'd love for them to go to a forever home that will care for them and see what I saw in them,  The belief that you can be and do anything you want to be.  

Why do I need to niche down? I feel that by painting a wide variety of subjects and in two different mediums is confusing for my future customers.  I had watercolour ballerinas, animals, pet portraits, acrylic animals and ballet shoes etc.. It was too much, too overwhelming. Think of it like reading a restaurant menu with loads of variety and choice and you just can't make your mind up. With this new selection going forward it will be more appealing for you too, like walking into a well presented high end minimalist shop.

⁠I can't wait to show you everything I have planned for the next half of the year.

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