About NeoWatercolour

NeoWatercolour aims to capture the everyday, often mundane, scenes of local life, in a vibrant and colourful way.

Through my watercolours, I’m happy to have supported :

  • The Sheffield Cats Shelter,
  • Sheffield Retired Greyhounds Fund,
  • Bluebell Wood Childrens Hospice,
  • Homeless Cats & Kittens in Montenegro (please see www.Usyaka.wordpress.com)
  • Blind Cat Rescue & Sanctuary ( please see www.blindcatrescue.com)
  • Weston Park Hospital Cancer Charity
  • Alzheimer’s Society,
  • British Red Cross
  • Manchester & Cheshire Dogs Home (Fire Disaster Appeal)
  • Macmillan Cancer Support
  • Greyhound Rescue South Yorkshire …..

……and …. Rain Rescue……(see www.rainrescue.co.uk) – an outstanding local charity helping animals.

Thankyou for looking ……..

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22 Responses to About NeoWatercolour

  1. poppytump says:

    Hi there … How could I have missed seeing your blog and your beautiful work for so long 🙂
    Not anymore !

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  2. Nuno says:

    Very nice blog and it is great to know you are helping those causes. I love your artwork. Thanks for sharing.

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    • Hi Nuno, many thanks for your very kind comments 🙂 and thankyou for stopping by. Its great to know you are following, and I will be following your blog too :- Good Luck with your artwork too 🙂 very best wishes, Victoria x

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  3. marysue128 says:

    I’m happy I was led to this blog. Your blog is filled with colours, love, warmth, excitment—capturing great snapshots of our lives. Keep them coming xx

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  4. What a great blog you have put together, and a great thing you do. I love your work, keep them coming!

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  5. Jess says:

    What a lovely blog! The watercolors are just superb! I love the soft colors you use too. Looking forward to seeing more. 🙂 Have a good one!

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  6. Thanks for stoping by my blog and likeing some posts. Anyone who likes cats has my vote. Keep up the great work.

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  7. Hello Victoria,
    I adore your use of color and your paintings all made me smile. “Almost” a rare feat!! 🙂 I look forward to following your meanders in watercolor. It is my own favorite medium as well and the color is so wonderful and ORANGE is my favorite of all. Mixing it, using the cad. orange, i love them all. loveliness in a tube with a smile. xx

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    • Hello Linda, Thankyou for such kind words, I am so glad to hear you will be keeping an eye on my blog – I am looking forward to following yours too 🙂 wishing you lots of smiles 🙂 victoria xx

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  8. Anna Cull says:

    Hi, Victoria. I’ve nominated your blog for the One Lovely Blog Award. Whether you go in for blog awards or not, I wanted to let you know how much I love your art. I love your WP header too.

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    • Hi Anna, Thankyou so much, I’m deeply touched 🙂 I generally don’t go in for blog awards (lots of complicated reasons !) but I really appreciate your support and kind comments about my paintings – the header image is my personal, all-time favourite 🙂 Thankyou again, very Best Wishes, Victoria xx

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  9. violetski says:

    Hi Victoria !
    Love your watercolours and happy to find your blog! Looking forward to seeing more your works .

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  10. seascapesaus says:

    Hello there Victoria – congratulations! I have nominated you for One Lovely Blog Award. Hope you will accept – the ‘rules’ will be on my very next post. best wishes, Philippa

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  11. Hello! I’m new to your blog and think your artwork is fascinating. It’s so nice to see that you are also helping great causes too. 🙂 I look forward to following your work, thanks.

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