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Hope is one of Ros's original seascape painting depicting a passing storm with an atmosphere of hope in the sky and the calming of the waters. It has a great deal of presence and unfortunately the limitations of dispay on the web mean you miss a lot of the subtle, but important detail in this atmospheric painting. Will compliment most decors and would sit equally well in a modern contemporary, or more traditional setting. It is already framed in a modern, neutral coloured frame which compliments the image, and is ready to hang the moment you receive it.
Yachts racing out to sea. Clean white horses stand out against the blue waves and the yachts round a distant headland. The paint has been applied in layers to add a textured look and feel. If you would like to see more photos before purchasing please ask. The painting continues round the edges of the canvas frame so that it is ready for immediate hanging. This painting has been finished with a protective satin varnish. This is on a standard edge canvas. I can paint larger versions of this - please contact me to discuss commission options.
One of my new "large" range of canvases. If you'd like to commission a smaller version of this painting please get in touch. Fresh contemporary painting of forget-me-nots. The pinky purple flowers are set off against an abstract textured background of coffee, chocolatey swirls. The paint has been built up in layers to provide depth to this painting and a fresh modern feel.
St John the Baptist Church, Aylmerton.
My local church nestles gently in the norfolk countryside. It's one of Norfolks' round towered churches. I've exaggerated the colours and made use of my favourite Gold paint...It's height of summer as can be seen from the cloudless cerulean sky and the trees which are in full green leaf.
Upper Sherinham Church 2
Weybourne Mill 2
Weybourne Mill is close to the village where I live, and is now residential accommodation. The Mill sits close to the seas' edge and cliff tops and is surrounded by golden fields, edged with deep green hedgerows.Some old Norfolk barns can just be seen beyond the hedge. Fluffy white clouds scud across the sky giving the appearance that, as in days gone by, the sails may turn at any moment.