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This puffin reminds me of Agatha Christie's character, Hercule Poirot, as he stands huffin' and puffin' on a rock. Wonderfully comical birds. Painted in acrylics on a 50x40cm 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.
Owl in Treestump
Black Cat & Yellow Butterfly
A black cat is depicted against a pitch black background by highlighting features, particularly the eyes. The yellow of the eyes is echoed in the yellow butterfly in the foreground at which the cat is intently staring. A blue / purple midfield set off the yellow to create a striking image. Acrylic on canvas with painted sides so there is no need to frame.
Tree Shadows on Snow & Roe Deer
The shadows of trees falling across a field covered in snow are represented using strong shades of blue, violet and indigo in a n impressionistic style. A roe deer is running across the field. Dominated by blues this evokes a cold, crisp winters day with sun shining on the snow. Acrylic on canvas the sides are painted so there is no need to frame.
Hare & Dandelions
Deer and Birch trees
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.
A large square contemporary gloss varnished acrylic painting depicting The Monument, London. I painted an animated fiery background to give the impression of flames reaching up to the sky as may have been seen during the Great Fire of London, to which the Monument was built in commemoration. It measures 910 x 910 x 38 mm (36 x 36 x 1.5 inches) and is painted on a deep set high quality cotton box canvas (380g/m2). The sides are painted so it doesn\\\'t necessarily need a frame.