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Place Du Tertre, Montmartre.
This artwork is an MDF laser cut shape. It's is created via a pouring acrylics method, then embellished when dry. It's then coated in a resin glaze which gives a ceramic like appearance. There is a D hook attachment fixed to rear of work so its ready to hang. Some of these come in more than one so can be sold as pairs as shown in last image, and discounted as usual for multiple purchases. For this artwork it will be £50 for both inc P&P to mainland uk. Contact for details. This work is inches high by inches wide. Postage to mainland UK is included, postage abroad can be quoted for on request.
I'm Still Here
This is a colourful and realistic, highly detailed painting of sprigs of Mimosa in an old blue vase. It brings the warmth of the south of France into the home. It is painted on a standard depth stretched canvas and is set in a contemporary white tray frame measuring 48cm x 48 cm x 35 mm overall.
Fantasy of Colours
This is one of three pictures in the Mystery of Colours series. It reveals the magnificent fusion of colours and shades. Its painted on canvas using Brusho and acrylic. The picture measures: 30x40cm/11x16. Framing not necessary and is ready to hang as landscape or portrait. The vibrancy of colours will adorn any wall in a household.
Eye catching seascape painting. The foreground has been textured with sand and gravel to draw the eye in and add extra detail and depth to the painting. The silver sea reflects the light making this eye catching and original. There is also texture on the rocks and headland. The painting continues round the edges of the canvas making this ready for immediate hanging with no need for framing. It has been finished with a protectve satin varnish.
Three Brighton Beach Huts
Great Horned Owl
A great horned owl peers from amongst the white oak foliage - perhaps getting ready to settle down to rest after a night's hunting. My thanks to Jennie Norris for the reference photograph of the owl. Widely distributed in the Americas, the Great Horned Owl (Bubo virginianus) is also known as the tiger owl or hoot owl. It is the second heaviest owl in North America, after the snowy owl, and its well-camouflaged plumage varies considerably across its range. The large, powerful talons are capable of exerting 300 pounds of pressure per square inch. Those tufts of feathers that give rise to the species' name are thought to be used to give visual cues when interacting with other owls. This original pencil drawing by Elaine Jones was made with Faber Castell Polychromos, Caran d'Ache Pablo and Luminance pencils on Clairefontaine Pastelmat paper. Image measures approximately 37cm x 29cm, unframed.