Samantha Rochard

My creative process.

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

The Order Anisoptera

On a Mosaic Table - 8" x 10" Samantha Rochard
I haven't been very active on this blog, I know. I do apologise.  Circumstances have changed and I do not have access to much tech or a stable connection. I am currently working on this series. For those who wish to keep up to date, you can find me on Instagram and Facebook. Those pages are updated more frequently as my cell phone allows for it. Usually I discuss the process on the blog and more detailed information, but that would have to wait a while.
In a nutshell, I paint, I learn to manage the disease I have and keep up with family commitments. Thats all I can manage.

Follow me on social media. I look forward to seeing you all.

Saturday, April 21, 2018

IndieGogo- Funds to keep going.

Air Meets Water - The Order Anisoptera Series

Loving working on this series of Dragonflies, or Battimamzelles as we call them in Trinidad and Tobago.

I can say that my Meniere's Disease seems to have settled, and I am coping a lot. Almost back to normal.
In the continuing quest for financial independence through art, I have set up a fund account to raise a little money for art supplies to continue this series.
The link is here..:

I would appreciate is you can support me with the amount for a cup of coffee or a candy bar even. Fine Art Painting is the only sustainable career I can see working for someone with a health condition like mine.
I refuse to be controlled by it.

I am not great at writing proposals for art....yet. (learning and will change that soon)
I am hoping I can inspire people to push for their dreams through this series, much like I am trying to push through mine.

Thanks for the support....15 days to go.... if I make half my target I would be good.

Friday, August 4, 2017

Dragonfly on a Stone Path

Dragonfly on Stonepath - 16" X 24" Acrylic on canas - US$650.

I loved doing this.....

Sometime in the future I hope a path in my garden will become a blank canvas and I would be able to create my own design. You would have to own a piece of land first though....

One day.