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Hares Meadow is a 40x40x1.5 inches oil painting on canvas of a yellow hare beside a meadow of trees and wildflowers. The style is contemporary art nouveau and is very colourful. The hare sits to the left and looks back at us. She is generously showing us a glimpse of her realm with its trees and flowers and possibilities and the idea of veils or curtains being drawn back makes it a little dreamlike. I have only ever seen one hare in real life and I was struck by how beautiful it was whilst at the same time being so strangely awkward. I can totally see why they often feature in fairy tales and legends about magic. The background of the painting has been blended and blurred whilst the foreground paint is thicker with more definite brushstrokes. This adds to the slightly ethereal feeling of it. Like all my artwork, it is a tribute to nature and an invitation to humans to cherish and protect it. It is dedicated to all those who are doing just this. It is painted on wide edge canvas, no frame needed, ready to hang, white edges.
By the Rialto Grand Canal Venice
Fishing Boats at Staithes
The beautiful small picturesque fishing village of Staithes on the east coast of Yorkshire, England with some fishing boats moored up when the tide is in. Painted in oils on a canvas panel and framed in a 20x14x2 inch brown frame with a gold inner line. If you would like it unframed please contact me - the price would be Â£220. There is some reflection on the main photograph due to it being varnished.
DO ALIENS CRY
This is an Original A4 Watercolour and it will be Framed in a 12.25 x 15 x 1 inch Frame with your choice of Mount Colour; Orange, Yellow, Blue, Purple, Black or Cream; the Frame is a Black Box Frame. (Please let me know your choice of Mount Colour when Purchasing) Price includes Frame, Mount, Poem Printed on coloured card to compliment the Artwork, Certificate of Authenticity. This design is also available on many household and lifestyle products in my Red bubble shop. DO ALIENâS CRY? If an alien saw me cry, would he think my eye was leaking. then go seeking for reasons why my eye would leak? Where do tears come from? Why donât they run out? A damâs just burst in your heart â so the river then runs out.
ALL THE KIDS LOVE THE BEACH
The Slipway Robin Hoods Bay
A view of Robin Hoods Bay on the East coast of Yorkshire looking towards the slipway and the ice cream van that comes down onto the beach as the tide goes out. It is painted in oils on a stretched canvas with the painting continuing around the sides so no framing is required but it could be framed if you so wish.
Creation is a large 48x48x1.5 inches painting of the view through trees to a Sussex summer meadow with flowers and swallows. The style is art nouveau and contemporary and the colours are extremely bright and vibrant. The impression the painting gives is of a voyeuristic glimpse of a late summer meadow with an abundance of wild flowers in the foreground and the hint of wheat and grasses in the meadow behind. Two swallows swoop down from the left throwing transparent veils over the scene in a slightly spiral pattern as if they are creating the landscape or revealing it. In the far distance you can see a river on the horizon and an exit into the next field beyond. This painting was very much inspired by the river Rother near Burwash in Sussex in summer 2020 where I thrashed my way through tall grasses and flowers to watch the swallows gathering in the air around me ready to leave for Africa. It is always a slightly melancholy time as it means end of summer so I felt the urge to pay tribute to a lovely English landscape (yes despite a pandemic) and am satisfied I have caught a little of the energy and beauty that birds, flowers and nature bring to this world. The edges are dark green, no frame needed, ready to hang. If you want to find this place, go to the Bear Inn in Burwash and head north towards Stonegate