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Gilfach yr Halen looking North
A52, abstract art, art on canvas, jeannie zelos, acrylics, swipe pain
Pouring art ( fluid acrylics) on canvas, which is then drawn over with paint pens, and finally finished with a coat of resin for a glass like appearance. This is a fantasy undersea scene. I like to look at pours for a while and then see what they suggest to me. This one has some parts of fish and the turtle, so I simply worked round that and added the rest. Knowing when to stop is hard though ;-) My artwork is unique, one of a kind. All artwork is handmade by myself, in my Norfolk, UK, art studio. P&P to mainland UK included in price. Delivery by courier service. Postage abroad can be quoted for on request.
Catch of the Day
Serentiy is an original seascape painting on canvas by Scottish artist Paul Dixon Ros Callander. It is atmospheric and peaceful - just the thing to bring a sense of calm into the most hectic of lives. It would be suitable hung over a mantlepiece, sofa or bed and would compliment both a traditional and more contemporary room setting. It is painted on a high quality chunky box canvas, with the painting continued around the sides to allow hanging gallery style, without further framing - a real eye-catcher.
Cove - Gilfach yr Halen
The cove at Gilfach Yr Halen is a secluded cove on the West Wales Coastal Path between Aberaeron and New Quay. With little access by vehicle, it is visited mainly by locals, hikers taking in the coastal path and the occasional fisherman. Quiet and beautiful with unusual rock formations, plentiful rock pools and caves. A hidden jem.
Folkestone Beach Huts
Rocks on the Scottish Coast
This is a coastal scene taken from the Scottish Highland coast near Duffus. Craggy rocks, crashing sea and clouds blown by the off shore winds. In this semi abstract painting I have tried to draw every bit of colour from the scene and emphasise the wonderful rock formations, dragging the paint to add texture. Taken from a photograph by Alison Johnson.
To Robin Hoods Bay
A beautiful view of the popular small fishing village of Robin Hoods Bay on the East Coast of Yorkshire, England showing two people with a push chair walking on the path towards Robin Hoods Bay. It is painted in oils on a 12 x 9 x 1//2 inch canvas with the sides painted so does not need framing unless you want to have it framed. It has a coat of varnish on it.