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Sakura (cherry) blossom
The painting was inspired by Sakura blossom in Japan. The futuristic elements of the painting allows the viewer to use their own imagination to see the elements rising. It expresses the beauty through flower blossom, the freedom through birds, the strength through the tree, the home through the house, universe through clouds and grounds through mountains. It was painted using canvas, ready to be hang on wall using acrylic painting.
Giclee print on Soft Textured Etching 310gsm paper, using archival lightfast pigment inks Paper size 23.5 x 16.5 inches ( 59.5 x 42 cm ) Image size 20.5 x 14.7 inches ( 52.1 x 37.3 cm ) Limited edition of 125 Signed and numbered by the artist (lightfast pencil within the image area) Taken from my own original painting, inspired by the shapes and movements of boats and yachts on the Cornish and Devonshire coast
Slow Start to the Morning
I love these old Thames Barges, they may be flat bottomed but they are so graceful in the water. This one was on a layover at Keyhaven on her way for a refurb further down the coast, so my daughter and I paddle-boarded out to take hundreds of photos. She didn't have a mast or sails so I had to find references for them elsewhere. She also had no bowsprit which I think probably means she was racing since the 1960s when they were deemed unbalancing and unsafe! She was just so beautiful that I had painted her fully refurbished and graceful in the water, so tranquil and gentle. This is an acrylic canvas, painted around the wrap, measuring 30" x 23" which really makes it a really impressive painting on the wall.