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Maasai Mara Zebra
Sorry the original acrylic has been sold but a Limited Edition print on canvas is available for 140.00 (unframed but ready to hang) or A2 size art paper print 99.00(rolled}. All prices include postage and packing to UK addresses. The Maasai Mara zebra is one of the worlds most striking creatures, their colouration lends itself to further explore the art and design possibilities of their appeal. Other colourful options available as originals or prints. Message me.
Eyes Wide Open
The artwork has been created in 2020. It's an oil painting on deep edge cotton canvas. Figure of a yound beautiful woman, resting on a red velvet throw. She is dressed in white bridal gown, has red long hair. Her head is pointed downwards and left arm is outstretched. Her eyes are wide open.
The Artwork has been created in 2020. It's an oil painting on deep edge cotton canvas. It's realistic portrait of a young beautiful woman. She has a long brown hair, her eyes are shut. The background is dark: black and navy blue. The edges of the canvas are painted black, so framing not necessary.
Girl and the Owl
Cats In The Tree
Pretty shades of blues and lavender in the evening sky, a family of bunnies sit contented at the bottom of a tree full of contented cats! Complete fatasy but in my world they all live happily together! Painted in acrylic on an 8in x 10in canvas, all of the sides are painted. It comes complete with its own wooden dispaly easel but its also strung to hang on your wall. P+P in mainland Uk is included in the price
Broadcasting in the snow
Black Lives Matter
Original acrylic on canvas 50 x 70 cm. Framed in a light wood black frame. Backed and sealed. Certificate of Authenticity included. Available as a framed original 260.00 or Limited Edition print on canvas 140.00 (unframed but ready to hang) or A2 size art paper print 99.00(rolled}. All prices include postage and packing to UK addresses A heartfelt response to the Black Lives Matter issue. It is important and we must not forget.
He Ain't Heavy, He's My Jackdaw
An inquisitive young jackdaw landed on the stone statue in my garden and inspired this drawing. He looked like a rather heavy load for this little boy to carry, hence the title! Derwent Lightfast and Caran d'Ache Luminance pencils on Clairefontaine Pastelmat board with Pan Pastel background. All materials used are acid free and meet the highest standards of lightfastness. Artist's own reference photograph used. Please note, the watermark does not appear on the artwork. Image measures approximately 9.5" x 11.75" (24cm x 30cm).