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Softly Awakes My Heart ( Mon cur s'ouvre à ta voix )
Softly Awakes My Heart (Mon cur s'ouvre à ta voix) - as I was painting this seascape, I was listening to my favourite aria....Softly Awakes My Heart, from Saint-Saëns' opera Samson and Delilah, sung by Marilyn Horne. Such a soft and beautiful love song sung by Delilah to Samson....and the painting just seemed to emerge from the quiet passion of the song..........and this is reflected in the quiet beauty of the painting. It really is a soft and soothing painting...and would sit well in either a modern or a traditional setting. NOTE - Reserved for exhibition - if you are interested in purchasing this painting, please email me to check for availability, Thanks.
Tranquility In Green ll
A quiet tranquil winter scene.I used a very limited palette of just terre verte,black and white paint to create this oil painting. The painting is based on scenery around the Lake District,where we spent some time last year. The painting is not as bright as it appears in the main photograph-its a very soft muted green.It shows up better on the close up details. The sides of this painting have not been painted but I will do so if you wish for no extra cost. It will however prevent the painting being posted for a couple of weeks until the sides dry enough. NOW REDUCED BY £60 25% of all sales are being donated towards the O'Connor Cancer Unit at Royal Shrewsbury Hospital where my son Jim is being treated..
Crashing Waves II
New Day's Promise II
A Quartet of Birches
I decided to use 4 canvas's to create the latest in my Birch Tree series. Based on local scenery around my home town of Ludlow. I use high quality artist acrylic on staple free box canvas. Each canvas measures 8in x 20in, so 32 in x 20 in total. It will look best if hung with a small gap between each canvas. reduced by £115 25% of all sales is being donated to the O'Connor Haematology /Cancer Unit Royal Shrewsbury Hospital where my son is being treated. 25% of all sales are being donated towards the O'Connor Cancer Unit at Royal Shrewsbury Hospital where my son Jim is being treated..
Crashing Waves (MacMillan Donation)
Crashing Waves is a large atmospheric seascape painting by Scottish artist Ros Callander. It is painted on a chunky box framed canvas with the painting continuing around the sides of the canvas, to allow display without further framing. I took inspiration for this painting from the beach front of the small coastal village of Inverbervie in North East Scotland, one wild, stormy day.....I parked the car at the beach front and just sat and watched the hypnotic spectacle before me......it was stunning. This painting is currently in the Macmillan Cancer Care exhibition in Aberdeen. UPDATE: Sold at exhibition. If you are interested in commissioning a similar painting, please email me to discuss your requirements on a no obligation basis.