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Butterflies, Bugs and Bees
This ones a real puzzle, can you spot three red admiral butterflies, three dorset blues and three peacock butterflies, along with four bumble bees and seven ladybirds. All the flowers and insects in the painting are listed on the back, all colour coded for fun - you'll have hours of frustration - sorry no - I mean fun searching for them all. I'm an illustrator by heart and I just love to add in all the little details, each of the lady birds have a tiny black head and two tiny black spots, the bees each have three bands! I use a small brush which I've plucked even smaller, it has about three hairs left, just enough to hold a minute amount of paint by osmosis! My eyesight is rubbish after this but I just love doing them.
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.
The only 4 canvas artwork in the popular ''Birches'' series of paintings. Each canvas is 20cm x 50cm tall.. Painted in high quality acrylic paint, each canvas is strung and varnished ,ready to hang.. Each canvas is a painting in itself-- so could be hung individually, in pairs or as intended as a quartet! Would look great in a modern ,contemporary home or a more tradition one. 25% of this sale will be donated to the O'Connor Haematology/cancer unit at the RSH.
Two Mackerel on Wooden Block
Graphite Poppies 1
Contemporary painting of 3 poppies against a graduated graphite background. The poppies are textured for added interest. The painting continues round the edge of the frame making it ready for immediate hanging and it has been finished with a protective satin varnish. This painting is on a standard edge canvas. Please get in touch if you would like a similar painting on a thicker canvas or in a different size.
Smoke Rising to Croker Hill
This is a fairly large canvas of a rural scene above Macclesfield. It's a view from Back Eddisbury Road towards Croker Hill on a bright winter's day. I liked the way the light caught the smoke as it drifted upwards and how vibrant the 'greens' were despite it being mid-winter. Acrylic on canvas.
abstract artwork on MDF. This is done via a pouring acrylics method and is varnished ready to hang or frame. it's mainly blues and blacks with some metallic paints added. This work is 8 inches high by 12 inches high as displayed, and can be hung in any direction. Postage to mainland UK is included, postage abroad can be quoted for on request.