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Journey towards life
Slow Start to the Morning
I love these old Thames Barges, they may be flat bottomed but they are so graceful in the water. This one was on a layover at Keyhaven on her way for a refurb further down the coast, so my daughter and I paddle-boarded out to take hundreds of photos. She didn't have a mast or sails so I had to find references for them elsewhere. She also had no bowsprit which I think probably means she was racing since the 1960s when they were deemed unbalancing and unsafe! She was just so beautiful that I had painted her fully refurbished and graceful in the water, so tranquil and gentle. This is an acrylic canvas, painted around the wrap, measuring 30" x 23" which really makes it a really impressive painting on the wall.
Eric Cantona Linocut Print
Lakeland Sunset Calm
A calming lakeland scene inspired by visits to Canada, Scotland and The Lakes. The painting continues round the edges of the frame so it is ready to hang with no need for framing. This creates a very simple but effective style. This painting has been finished with a protective satin varnish. This painting is on a standard edge canvas.
The Young Archer
This is a modern version of the painting associated with The Wallace Collection Museum. It is painted using oil and acrylic on paper. It will arrive both, flat and window mounted on a white and cream card. The picture measures: 25x45cm-approx. 10x17. With the mount it measures: 59.5x40cm-approx.23"x16".
Black Cat & Yellow Butterfly
A black cat is depicted against a pitch black background by highlighting features, particularly the eyes. The yellow of the eyes is echoed in the yellow butterfly in the foreground at which the cat is intently staring. A blue / purple midfield set off the yellow to create a striking image. Acrylic on canvas with painted sides so there is no need to frame.