About the Artist

The Artist

Esperanza Walsh

The Artist

   "Watercolour painting involves a different way of thinking. It entails trusting  oneself in an immense way, believing that when the paint dries, the desired outcome would be achieved, and having faith that there are things beyond your control that helps us  achieve our goal."

Esperanza  Walsh



Esperanza Walsh is a self-taught, London-based, watercolour painter. She started watercolour painting at a very young age but have stopped painting for more than ten years until she realised that its her true calling. It used to be a mere hobby but, through the inspiration of her husband, Daniel, she has made this her career and have since, consistently shared, her love and passion for the arts through her works.


Her works are reflections of reality such as portraits, landscapes, aircrafts and other objects we see in day to day life-images created by the intertwining of colours, harnessing the power of water to give life to images.


She's a visionary artist who imparts her thoughts and insights through her art. She also shares her experience and knowledge in the arts with others by teaching, both adults and children, watercolour painting at her local community centre and neighboring areas where she encourages freedom, courage, love and community through watercolour painting. 



Awards and Recognitions


Among Esperanza's celebrated works are

"My Countryside Paradise"

based on M J Ford's  photo, 'Along the Tissington Trail'

and

  "Field of Poppies"

inspired by the poppy display at the Tower of London in 2014.



Recently, Esperanza's work has  been featured

in the August 2017 edition of Average Art Magazine.

The magazine is 'industry focused' and is sent to

a number of different art organisations

to showcase the featured artists' works.


 

"Field of Poppies"


4.1 X 5.8 inches

Watercolour on Paper


Featured in

SAA's "Paint" magazine, September 2016 Issue

Winner - "Paint a Postcard" Competition

"My Countryside Paradise"


38 X 28 cm

Watercolour on Paper


Featured in

SAA's Paint magazine, September 2016 Issue


SOLD

"Picadilly Circus"


38 X 28 cm

Watercolour on Paper


Featured in

Average Art Magazine, August 2017 Issue