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Artist Jodie Bews

Artist Jodie Bews

Artist Jodie Bews - Everlongart

Jodie is a self taught artist from Alford in Aberdeenshire. Jodie works predominantly in watercolour with the use of some inks in her paintings.  Jodie mainly paints the flora and fauna that Mother Nature presents in her local surroundings, in a surreal realistic style.

Jodie owns Everlongart Studio & Gift Shop on Alford's Main Street, selling works on behalf of other super talented, designers, crafters, artists and makers from the Aberdeen and shire area.

Most of Jodies work can be seen in person at the shop.

Jodie mainly paints animals, insects, flowers and some portraits in a surreal/realistic style, and takes most of her inspiration from the local surroundings, Mother Nature, beautiful gardens, walking with her dogs Brindi and George, peaceful sacred sites, such as local stone circles and castle ruins.  

Jodie sees beauty in everything and takes so much inspiration from every day life too.  

Big Cat / Little Cat Exhibition

Coming to the Inverarity Gallery March 1st running til 10th April. A Huge variety of incredible international artists coming together with their cat themed artwork. Jodie is delighted to be part of another exhibition at the gallery with her painting of wee Peggy.

Wee Peggy

Light the North

Jodie is extremely proud to have been a part of this years Wild in Art trail "Light The North". 58 lighthouses have now been auctioned off to raise money for CLAN Cancer Support, an amazing £324,200 was raised for an increadible charity. Jodies lighthouse itself reached a wopping £6000.

The lighthouse that Jodie painted was situated at the Northlink Ferry Terminal in Aberdeen City.

'Dreaming of a clean ocean'

We all have to become much more aware of our carbon footprint to the earth and the affects us humans are having on Mother Earth. Especially the fact that our oceans are full of waste and plastics, Jodie has created this piece titled ‘Dreaming of a Clean Ocean’ because that is what we need to strive for as human beings.

The Banchory Violin Trail

My Violin - "View's from Scolty Hill" - painted in Acrylic paint, inspired by Banchory's historical lavender feilds and local flora and fauna, with the tower at Scolty Hill.

Situated in RIDE Cafe Banchory 46 Station Road - Banchory - AB31 5YA. A wonderful cafe with really great food and drink.

Celebrating the town’s musical heritage, the Banchory Violin Trail showcases violins embellished by talented Aberdeenshire artists, on show in  12 local businesses.

The violins can be seen when individual businesses are open and they will be on display until September 27th 2021. After which they will be auctioned off.