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W16. Dapple Grey horse

Title: W16. Dapple Grey horse
Description: This artwork is an MDF laser cut shape. It's is created via a pouring acrylics method, then embellished when dry.It doesn't show well in photos but there is a fine glitter effect that sparkles with tiny dots of colour under lights. There's a video clip showing it better in my art blog jeannie's art adventures. It's then coated in a resin glaze which gives a ceramic like appearance. There is a D hook attachment fixed to rear of work so its ready to hang. Some of these come in more than one so can be sold as pairs, and discounted as usual for multiple purchases. This work is 14 inches high by 17 inches wide. Postage to mainland UK is included, postage abroad can be quoted for on request.
Size: 17x14in
Format: Original artwork
Presentation: Framing not necessary
Medium: Acrylic, Mixed Media
Genre: Contemporary, Mixed Media, Animal Portraits, Wildlife Art
Colour: Black, grey, silver, white
Keywords: Pouring acrylics, abstract art, art on canvas, jeannie zelos, ready to hang, acrylics,swipe paintings, #acrylicart,#artadventures,#cells,,#dirty pour acrylics,acrylic artworks,acrylic paintings,acrylic pours,contemporary art,dirty pours,Floetrol,jeannie zelos,jeannies art adventures,swipe paintings, commissions accepted, gifts, wedding gifts, presents, birthdays, woodcuts, Animals,
Delivery Details: P&P to mainland UK included in price. Delivery by courier service. Postage abroad can be quoted
Price: £30.00
Status: Reserved
This artwork is Reserved. If you are interested in purchasing it or commissioning a similar work, please contact me

Artist Information

Name: Jeannie Zelos
Phone: 01263837713
Acceptable Payment Methods: Paypal, direct bank transfer
Jeannie Zelos

Artist Biography:

I started painting after becoming disabled around 20 years ago, thought I couldn't paint though I loved to sketch, then found it was school rubbish materials and that quality ones made a huge difference. Became addicted and painted daily for many years. Then sadly due to various health issues I haven’t painted for a few years, but an artist friend pointed me in the direction of Acrylic Pours. What fun! Its a way I can create art without the pain issue and problems I was having with conventional type of works. Its addictive, but not having everything I needed my first goes were a bit of a miss…I hate waiting so I tried substituting some of the materials, and found that even though I now have recommended things I still love to try new and different additives and see just what happens. you can see more of that on my art blog jeanniesartadventures.

Then some of the real stuff arrived, acrylic pouring medium, floetrol, denatured alcohol, and silicone so I’ve been experimenting with various different additives.I use a wide range of paints to get the colours and effects I want, along with canvasses from 6 x 6 inches up to 60 x 30 inches!

Artist News/Exhibitions:

I'm currently concentrating on a new to me way of painting, acrylic pouring, which gives fascinating but unpredictable abstract results.

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