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April Explodes is a 30x30x1.5 inches oil painting that depicts the exuberance and joy of bluebell season in a springtime wood. The viewer is being led along a path with dappled sunlight flickering across the path and trees and bluebells. At the end of the path, you can see the edge of the wood which is so bright you can see nothing beyond it. This is a fairy tale wood and anything could be there hiding in the trees or in the clearing beyond. My intention in painting this was to try, as I do every year in April, to capture the beautiful colours and scents of a woodland in spring. The use of very fluid paint reflects how fast bluebell season goes as the paint is distorting and merging into the scene but still shows exactly what it is. It is semi-abstract and contemporary and very vibrantly coloured. Painted on deep edge canvas, white edges, ready to hang, no frame needed and comes with certificate of authenticity.
Good Morning Mrs Brown
Up, up and away
Springtime on the Malvern Hills
Original watercolour on Two Rivers handmade 100% Rag paper.Painted from the foothills of the Herefordshire Beacon ( British Camp ),looking towards the Worcestershire Beacon and Colwall Green.This painting featured in The Leisure Painter Magazine ( Sept 2018)in different stages from the actual drawing to the completed work.