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MY ART STYLE IN SIMILAR TO FRED YATES ,WH0 WAS MY INSPIRATION TO START PAINTING IN MY RETIREMENT, ALONG WITH JOAN GILLGREST AND LINDA WIER AND ALFRED WALLIS I HOPE THIS DESCRIBES MY STYLE -=-=-=PLEASE NOTE THE PICTURES ON THIS SITE DO NOT SHOW UP THE TEXTURES WELL,--SO IF YOU WOULD LIKE A FREE CD. WITH ALL THE PICTURES ON ,PLEASE CONTACT ME ,IT GIVES A FAR BETTER VIEW OF THE TEXTURES AND COLOUR
The Morning Rush Hour
This painting of nature's rush hour shows a different side to the morning commute! Painted in acrylics on a 60x20cm 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.
This is an oil painting on canvas of a still life of some beautiful daffodils and tulips in a vase in front of my window. The price is for it framed in a brown wooden frame with an inner gold line as in the photo. It is also available unframed for £155. Please contact me if you would like it unframed as I will have to alter the price.
In the Fibonacci sequence the next number is the sum of the previous two numbers. So it begins 0 1 1 2 3 5 8 13, 21 . It regularly occurs in nature. For example in the diameter of consecutive turns of a snail shell. This work illustrates this as a sequence of turned beech spheres of 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8 and 13cm (5+inches) diameter. In addition to which the distance between the spheres is also in the sequence 1, 1, 2, 3, 5 and 8 cm. These are mounted on a 2.5cm x 17.5cm (maximum) x 54.5cm tapered English oak plinth. The piece weighs 2.0kg. It is the work of David Boyd FRSC, who is a scientist specialising in scientific and geometric artworks.