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Apple With Blue Bowl
Pencil drawing of Bristol Blenheim flying above the clouds. The Bristol Blenheim was a British light bomber built by the Bristol Aeroplane Company and used in the early years of the Second World War. The all-metal aircraft was powered by Bristol Mercury radial engines and carried a crew of three. Many thanks to my son, Martin Jones, for the reference photograph.
seagulls at the seaside
walking the coastal trail IN CORNWALL
PORT SCATHO------ IT IS ON THE CORNISH COASTLE TRAIL-- VERY NEAR TO ST MAWS BUT NOT SO WELL KNOWN, NOT VERY TOURISTY,BUT WITH THREE ART GALLERY,S A GOOD PUB AND A FANTASTIC LITTLE COLLECTIVE SHOP SELLING A LOT OF LOCAL HAND MADE ODDS AND SO ITS CALLED THE SEA GARDEN (AS IN MY PAINTING ) AND A GREAT LITTLE HARBOUR---AN EXTRA LARGE CANVAS 30"X 30"-PRICE "ï¿½400
This puffin reminds me of Agatha Christie's character, Hercule Poirot, as he stands huffin' and puffin' on a rock. Wonderfully comical birds. Painted in acrylics on a 50x40cm canvas ready to hang. All sides are painted, as per Gallery hanging requirements. The work is signed on the front, and a Certificate of Authenticity is included in the purchase.
A large square contemporary gloss varnished acrylic painting depicting The Monument, London. I painted an animated fiery background to give the impression of flames reaching up to the sky as may have been seen during the Great Fire of London, to which the Monument was built in commemoration. It measures 910 x 910 x 38 mm (36 x 36 x 1.5 inches) and is painted on a deep set high quality cotton box canvas (380g/m2). The sides are painted so it doesn\\\'t necessarily need a frame.
An abstract painting depicting a scene below the ocean`s surface; painted in acrylic metallic paints and heavily textured. Colours are mainly pastel shades of blue, turquoise, pink and peach. The colours change in the light giving them a sheen. Painted on a deep edge canvas, sides are painted in tune with the painting. The painting may be hung either vertically or horizontally. A certificate of authenticity is supplied with the painting.
The Peacock can be associated with the Phoenix, which is a perfect reminder that you can rise again with whatever you have been through. This beautiful bird also signifies internal and external qualities that we sometimes need to be reminded of. The Fleur-de-lis symbol depicts the Lily flower and translated to English, symbolises life, light and perfection.