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A stunning painting of couples enjoying the view of London. Golden coats look striking as the light hits on them which really works wonderfully with the whole colours going on. The painting has been varnished with gloss for protection and has been signed by the artist. The painting continues over the sides so it may be hung onto the wall without a frame if desired. The canvas is wired at the back ready to be hung onto the wall. This painting will be carefully packed into a custom made box and delivered within 2 working days by a tracked courier service. Also comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Sunset Beach View
Relaxing sunset scene set at the beach where the watcher peeps through the sand dunes towards a pink sunset out to sea. Contemporary painting that will suit any home. This painting has been varnished with a protective matt varnish and the painting continues round the edge of the frame making this ready for hanging with no need for framing. This is a standard edge canvas.
Mixed Material Wall Sculpture
A collection of 17 semi-abstract sculptured forms, cast in Jesmonite - a strong, water based resin that is UV resilient. These are mounted on a wooden sound diffuser made from seasoned, planed, sanded and oiled Ash or Pine. Please specify either landscape or portrait orientation and type of wood. The item (wooden diffuser and figures) are made to order Ash versions are Â£450. Please allow between 4-6 weeks until it is ready to ship. But fear not - I will keep you posted every step of the way...
The Morning Rush Hour
This painting of nature's rush hour shows a different side to the morning commute! Painted in acrylics on a 60x20cm canvas ready to hang. All sides are painted, as per Gallery hanging requirements. The work is signed on the front, and a Certificate of Authenticity is included in the purchase.
In the Fibonacci sequence the next number is the sum of the previous two numbers. So it begins 0 1 1 2 3 5 8 13, 21 . It regularly occurs in nature. For example in the diameter of consecutive turns of a snail shell. This work illustrates this as a sequence of turned beech spheres of 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8 and 13cm (5+inches) diameter. In addition to which the distance between the spheres is also in the sequence 1, 1, 2, 3, 5 and 8 cm. These are mounted on a 2.5cm x 17.5cm (maximum) x 54.5cm tapered English oak plinth. The piece weighs 2.0kg. It is the work of David Boyd FRSC, who is a scientist specialising in scientific and geometric artworks.