Art Work, Cards and More by Ruth Herbert
Ruth Herbert retired to the Isle of Wight in the Autumn of 2006. The Island’s natural beauty soon rekindled Ruth’s long held interest in drawing and painting and her work is characterized by keen observation of local scenery, wildlife, flowers and places of interest.
Her vividly drawn animals and careful depiction of some of the islands best loved spots have drawn many fans and her work in pen and watercolour. Demand has led to her work becoming available in cards, notepads, fridge magnets and keyrings. A recent introduction has seen Ruth’s art work used on high quality melamine trays, coasters, place mats and kitchen boards.
Beside her work in pen and watercolour Ruth occasionally works in oils and acrylics. However, her main interest always remains in pen and watercolour
Ruth has exhibited at a number of venues including Quarr Abbey, Ventnor Botanic Gardens and is shortly to stage an exhibition at the Garlic farm in Newbridge.
Check our News and Events page to see where Ruth will be exhibiting next.