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BRONZE COOT LIMITED EDITION CAST
MOON GAZING HARE LTD EDITION BRONZE
Edition 125 Medium- Bronze Description A very different take on the classic Moon Gazing hare by Adaline Websper, like the cat that got the cream! Adalines Moon Hare is hot cast traditional sold bronze, manufactured and finished in England. The hare features a semi polished moon, ready to collect the moon rays . Size 12cm high x 14cm wide
Embellished abstract artwork on canvas. This is done via a pouring acrylics method for the background and enhanced by painting on top, and is varnished ready to hang or frame. This work is 12 inches high by 9.5 inches high as displayed. Postage to mainland UK is included, postage abroad can be quoted for on request.
Silence is Golden
An original acrylic watercolour of a naked lady kneeling painted from behind; silent and contemplating. Her long golden hair tumbling over her right shoulder. Signed by the artist: D Shawcross. Framed and ready to hang. Frame:25mm wide cushion shaped silver coloured picture frame moulding. Made from real pine wood with a distressed/leaf finish and acrylic safety glazing. Single ivory mount 55mm diameter.
BRONZE HEGDGEHOG LIMITED EDITION
Contemporary painting of rich gold and copper sunflowers against a cream and brown background. The background and sunflower centres are textured with different layers and effects for added interest. The painting continues round the edges of the canvas making it ready to hang with no framing necessary. This painting is on a deep edge box canvas and has been finished with a protective satin varnish.
Nebulous Forest - a semi abstract landscape
40 x 40 x 1.5 inches large original oil painting of a semi abstract forest. Two pheasants fly into the forest and mimic the colours that can be seen in the forest. The rainbow colours are very vibrant and and have been blended and blurred to give an out of focus affect. It is the sort of place that may be of this world but could also be on another planet entirely. It is only the pheasants (who are nice but dim) who keep it in England. It was painted after a walk I had in the woods near a village called Warbleton in East Sussex. A lovely area where it is easy to forget what year or even what century we are in. I think this is why the painting is quite ethereal. It is on deep edge canvas, white edges, frame not necessary.