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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.
Flowers on red background
This is an oil painting on canvas of some beautiful red, yellow and white flowers that were given to me as a present for Mother's Day. I couldn't resist painting them and I hope you like them as much as I do. It is painted on all sides so can be hung without a frame if desired or you can frame it to your liking. It also has a coat of varnish.
Fox & Rose necklace
Fox & Rose wearable art necklace, inspired by the book 'The Little Prince' by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. Original hand-drawn charms of The Fox, The Rose and the words 'Tame Me!' in autumnal colours. I drew these illustrations using coloured pencils on a thin sheet of plastic, carefully cut them out, and baked them in an oven, causing the plastic to shrink, so they became smaller and thicker, and the colours intensified. I suspended my little drawings on a circlet of orange memory wire with a silver screw-clasp. The Fox pendant is 3cm tall and the choker is 14cm across. This unique 'one of a kind' wearable artwork would make an unusual gift for a fan of The Little Prince - or someone wild who secretly wants to be tamed!
Goldfinch in Flight
The dazzling wings of this goldfinch in flight stand out in contrast to the impressionist effect of the forest behind him. People say they find this painting uplifting, and expressive of a sense of power and freedom. I'm glad they think that, and I hope you do too. Painted in acrylics on a 30x40cm 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.
Rose and Bud
A stunning study of a yellow rose and bud. Together, or apart? I deliberately painted them with no obvious joining stem as I was intrigued by the number of ways this could be interpreted. Are they parent and child? Are they two roses from one plant, or two separate flowers that have "chosen" to share the same space? Whatever their connection, they belong together.