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The Garden Urn
The Stone Garden Urn -filled with grasses swirling above it. This piece can come with it's own light oak frame. I had to remove the painting form it's frame to photograph it. In doing so, the top surface of the backing card was slightly damaged. Not noticeable from front. Happy to include, if required with just a small increase for postage.
Pwllfain Farm (Stoney Pond Farm)
An abandoned Welsh farm - Pwllfain (Stoney Pond) sits on a hillside overlooking the Clettwr River and village of Pontsian, Mid Wales. Although it is deserted and the windows are dark and some without glass, and the rooms are empty - it still looks cheerful thanks to the red brick, rusty corrugated roof and autumn colours in the trees.
still life with apples (2009)
I don't usually paint still life paintings so I was particularly surprised to see how well I think this one turned out. Some of the members of Burley Art Club (of which I am president) have asked me in the past how I go about painting such a painting as they are fond of still life themselves and I reply "It's not easy this art lark! Honestly though use your eye, basic shapes and now and again step back and look at your creation. Also practise drawing and ask others what they think".
The Back Road
A view up the back road. One of the few in the city that has not succumbed to being covered in tarmac as yet. It is painted in oils in a loose impressionistic manner on a box canvas measuring 8 x 8 x 1.5 inches with the painting continuing around the sides so no framing is required but it can be framed if you so desire.
Something a little different to my norm.. I really enjoyed creating this small series of abstract paintings.. I have used oil paints on a black background, and merged all of the colours together as I have painted.. This canvas measures 80cm x 60cm but you could turn it the other way up if you chose! Its been strung and varnished and is ready to hang.
Postal lappel A
Sagrada Familia Barcelona
A view of Gaudi's Sagrada Familia still under construction in Barcelona with the black and yellow taxis that can be seen everywhere around the city. The two seem to go together making the location instantly identifiable. It is painted in oils on a canvas panel and is ready for you to frame to your tastes.