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Belief is the Key (Original Watercolour in a 9 x 11 x 1 inch Frame)
Original Watercolour in a black box frame 9 x 11 x 1â with a choice of mount colours (please message me on Paypal's "message to seller" section when you purchase stating your choice of mount colour, if only one colour is shown this is the most suitable to compliment this painting, includes poem printed on coloured card and certificate of authenticity. Painting is signed on the back BELIEF IS THE KEY Despite adverse circumstances a shoot pushes through and advances, the spirit within still dances, fighting for life, and taking itâs chances. Even water from a waste pipe sustains life if belief is rife; belief is the key for being healthy.
This painting is now sold. If you would like something similar please get in touch as I can work with you to create a painting to your requirements. Rich gold, bronze and reds make up this modern and contemporary painting. The graduated complimentary colours of the three panels set off the raised textured centre sections which have been built up in multi-coloured layers to create embossed swirls of colour and depth. You can see gold and bronze tones and rich maroon red ripples. This is an attractive and fresh painting that would compliment most colour schemes. These paintings have been finished with a protective satin varnish.
This is a stunningly atmospheric signed, original acrylic sunset painting on A LARGE chunky box frame canvas, The canvas is secured on the reverse, with all sides painted to allow hanging without further framing - for that trendy Gallery-style look. It will make a stunning statement piece and would be ideal hung over a sofa, mantlepiece or as a stand-alone focal point to any room.
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Abstracted And Expressionless in Whitby
I like this view through the cafe window looking up at the abbey monastery on the cliff top above the old town of Whitby in North Yorkshire. It gave me the opportunity to incorporate a still-life, people and landscape and to try and tell a little story all in one go. Have the people outside just finished the meal inside? If so, why are they going in different directions or are they together at all? The idea for the title came from the young lady in the Mondrian style dress and the man with a faraway look on his face, and I set it in Whitby as it is one of my favourite places. It is painted in oils on a deep box canvas with the painting continuing around the sides so no framing is required.