Just before Xmas Lee added a new rose to my “under construction” sleeve. It looks beautiful above the gorgeous daffodil and alongside the purple rose I had last time!
Simply beautiful ❤️
I hope you all are enjoying a relaxing, festive break away from the humdrum.
I love being married to an artist … I get the most beautiful original presents from my new husband.
This Xmas I had a beautiful pencil drawing of love and togetherness, and a bright, colourful acrylic of a blue eyed, red-haired gal ❤️
I love them both so much …
Lee did this really cool tattoo at the weekend. The lovely customer was a local boy who has had tattoos previously with other artists, but was walking past the studio when Lee was having a very rare quiet day. He chanced popping in and was delighted with the final result. “I won’t be going anywhere else ever again” he said.
We love a happy customer …
Lee recently created this gorgeous pussycat tattoo for a customer who wanted an image to represent their own gorgeous moggy! They wanted the car to wear a crown as they told Lee he was a proper ‘Prince’. I just love the finished tattoo as I think it’s a real different take on a cute ginger pussycat! ❤️
One of our regulars popped in today for a really cute addition to the lush cupcake that Lee created for her some time back. This pretty, vintage style cup and saucer is a beautiful everlasting tribute to the customer’s gran who died earlier this year. Her gran loved a nice cup of tea in a proper cup and saucer and our customer chose this really sweet and unusual way to remember her lovely gran. You know me … I love a back story to the art Lee creates and this one gave me a real “Awwwwwwwww!” moment! ❤️
With over 20 years of tattooing experience Lee’s customers at Forever Art Tattoos in Pembroke can always relax and know they are in mighty experienced and hugely capable hands. An fabulous example is this cross beautiful cross tattoo recently created by Lee. I am constantly in awe of the detail that Lee can muster in the smallest of areas. I think the intricacy of his work and the fine line detail is pretty spectacular. What do you think?