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Sarra on Snaefell with the Cloak of Manannan
Sarra standing on the summit of Snaefell Mountain, Isle of Mann, with the Cloak of Manannan swirling around her. The Cloak is the term given the the mists that often cover the mountain and even envelope the island. There is no requirement to frame. The edges are painted and is ready to hang immediately.
WE SURPORT THE R.N.L.I. ---- PORT ISAAC
THIS IS ONE OF MY SMALL SIZE DEEP EDGE CANVAS ARE ALL 16X12-------"I PAINT IN 5 SIZES SMALL--SM MEDIUM--24X12--LARGE MEDIUM 24X18" MEDIUM -LARGE--30"X2O AND EXTRA LARGE 30X30--I HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF CORNISH BEACHES AND TOWNS ON SHOW IN MY GARDEN GALLERY INC ST IVES -- PORT ISACC--CADGEWITH COVE-- PENZANCE--NEWQUAY--MARAZION --ST MICHALS MOUNT--PADSTOW--PORT SCATHO---MITCHELL VILLAGE--PLUS OTHER ODD PLACES IN AND AROUND CORNWALL I HOPE YOU CAN FIND SOMETHING YOU LIKE FROM LARGE GALLEY DISPLAY
Autumn Calls is a wide panoramic oil painting on canvas of an autumn landscape with a deer stag next to a semi abstract lake and trees. It is 16x40x1.5 inches with white edges, no frame needed. I used autumn colours for the trees and the glimpse of a lake and forests beyond whilst a deer stag observes from the left of the painting. The semi abstract handling of vertical lines hints of a bit of mystery. This is appropriate as deer in many cultures are seen as spiritual guides and I do find them quite inspiring.
HERE COMES THE SUN
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. Sand, rust and glues. Colours will vary slightly from screen resolution. Room example only not too scale. Signed on the back. With certificate of authenticity.
The Room That Waits.
Folkestone Beach Huts
ST IVES PIER--ON MY SM-MED SIZE CANVAS
A SMALL MEDIUM CANVAS 24"X12"OR60X30 CM A BUSY DAY DOWN ON THE PIER AGAIN TODAY- WITH A LOT OF FISHING BOATS IN PORT AND VISITORS WALKING THERE DOGS--AND FISHERMEN UNLOADING THE BOATS----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------I AM VERY HAPPY TO CHANGE ANY PAINTING IF YOU ARE UNHAPPY WITH THE ONE YOU BUY-ONLINE---BUT I AM HAPPY TO SAY THIS HASE NOT HAPPENED SO FAR IN 15 YEARS--BUT ITS THERE FOR YOU IF NEEDED --THANKS JIM
Song of August
Song of August is very large oil painting 72x48x2 inches of a magical summer landscape with birds and flowers by a lake. It has a real impact when seen from a distance as it is the sort of painting you feel you can walk into. The edges are built up of layers of greens, purples and blues like overlapping leaves and foliage and through these leaves you can see a glittering lake and distant trees. To the right are two white egrets who are woven into the landscape or are maybe even being formed by it. In the foreground are an abundance of brightly coloured wildflowers with the sparkling water of the green lake behind and between them. This painting was made by building up many different layers of colour one over the other so that though it is clear what it is, the style itself is abstract and contemporary. It was inspired by many walks I took this summer around the various mill ponds and fishing lakes that are common in the Sussex area. It is also a nod to the huge Monet waterlilies paintings murals which are similarly large and hard to make sense of up close but are very clear from a distance and make you want to be there when you see them. My intention in painting this was to create an impression of August on a sunny day that I could keep forever. It is painted on deep edge canvas so no frame is needed and the edges are dark green to match the painting.