The sketchbook is Daisy’s
blog about life and art.
Raoul and I had decided to paint along the embankment at dusk but as we got to where we had envisaged painting it started to rain! We decided to shelter under the Albert bridge but before we got there we noticed that the door to the Cadogan peer was open. We ended up sheltering there […]
“Early light on the Embankment” by Daisy Sims-Hilditch was awarded “The Golden Buzzer Prize” by Sara Stewart at Fine Art Comissions “Fresh Paint” exhibition earlier in the summer, held at Rossetti Studios
Daisy Sims-Hilditch exhibits “A Lobster and some Mussels” at Royal Society of Women artists annual exhibition at The Mall Galleries this Summer to celebrating and promote Fine Art created by women.
A huge honour to see HRH the Princess Royal giving an original Daisy Sims-Hilditch painting to Shane Rose, the winner of the Gatcombe Horse Trials Advanced Class. The painting, titled ‘Autumn Fields ‘ was painted on a beautiful evening, near Alderton which captures the rolling clouds and dramatic seasonal light perfectly.
“The acclaimed portrait painter Daisy Sims Hilditch is offering a unique opportunity for the successful bidder to sit for a head and shoulders (bust) length painting in oil. Having graduated as a star pupil from the prestigious Charles H Cecil Studio in Florence, Daisy has exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery, her arresting work Alessandra […]
I’ve just returned from painting in a beautiful mountain village in Switzerland. We were lucky with the beautiful sunshine at the beginning of the trip but I have to say I was jumping for joy when the snow finally covered the pine trees and meadows. I’m overjoyed with my new aluminium easel which made things a lot […]
I was overjoyed to hear that “Franziska” was accepted into the Royal Institute of Oil Painters (ROI) Annual Exhibition 2016. The ROI received a record number of entries this year which made this achievment all the more special.
This month saw five of Daisy’s paintings exhibiting in London at Gallery Midnight. The works were selected by Caroline Horn, who is known for her skill in spotting new talent across a wide variety of styles and subjects. The artworks showcase Daisy’s love for plein air painting with three works depicting scenes from Florence and […]
Daisy’s portrait “Alessandra” (pictured right) has been selected to exhibit at the National Portrait Gallery as part of the 2016 BP Portrait award. The portrait was painted over a period of 7 weeks from life under natural light, using the sight size method. Working over a period of seven weeks allowed Daisy to capture a complex […]