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This is an impressionist-style acrylic watercolour painting of poppies in a field. Signed and dated by the artist: D Shawcross 2009. Comes framed and ready to hang. Frame: 14mm wide cushion shaped black coloured picture frame moulding. Made from real ramin wood with a paint finish and acrylic safety glazing. Single white Ingres (black core) mount 55mm in diameter.
This is part of my series of popular paintings featuring either sunsets or evening scenes on a wide canvas..they are an ideal size for placing above a sofa,bed or table maybe.. Lovely shades of oranges and yellows in the beautiful sunset , the little family of rabbits are watching the sun come down.. The painting continues around the edges of the painting and it does not require a frame. It has been varnished to protect it and comes strung ready to hang and P+P in mainland UK is included in the price
This stunning landing of a swan on the river captures both the power and the grace of nature. As an original piece of art it would make a great gift, or treat yourself and bring a bit of the wild into your own home. Painted in acrylics on a 60x40cm canvas with sides also painted, ready to hang. The work is signed on the front, and a signed Certificate of Authenticity will accompany the painting.
This artwork is an MDF laser cut shape. It's is created via a pouring acrylics method, then embellished when dry. It's then coated in a resin glaze which gives a ceramic like appearance. There is a D hook attachment fixed to rear of work so its ready to hang. Some of these come in more than one so can be sold as pairs, and discounted as usual for multiple purchases. This work is 5.5 inches high by 10 inches wide. Postage to mainland UK is included, postage abroad can be quoted for on request.
From the Golden POND
THE GIRL AND THE GOOSE BRONZE LIMITED EDITION
MANHATTAN IN THE FALL
When Shaun creates a piece of work the process is mainly based on his experimenting with colour and textures combined with his emotions and environment at that time. On completion his aim is for you the viewer to see their own interpretation when looking at the artwork. His paintings are not primarily intended to create definitive images although that is what you the viewer may perceive. However, if asked from his perspective, Shaun would say using multi-layers of paint, textures and colours are more important. Colours may vary slightly from screen resolution. Room example only not too scale. Pale cream/grey wood effect frame.