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Road leading to West Terrace in Burley (2021)
C4, Resin Coasters, Coasters, Geode Coaster, Resin Coaster, Coaster Se
NB: This set now sold, similar may be comissioned Set of four resin coasters. These are reversible, one side having a brighter colour, the other being a slightly softer look. They are made from resin, with the addition of a selection from glass, acrylic diamonds, glitter flakes, metallic mica powders, beads, stones, sand, semi precious gems, paint and resin inks. These are hand made, so each is unique. The edges are finished in liquid gold or silver leaf, according to colour selections. They are resistant to heat to 70-80 degrees. They come presented in a gift bag. Price is ÃÂ£20 for the geode style, ÃÂ£25 for the circular coasters. Postage to mainland UK is free.
Original acrylic on canvas 50 x 70 cm. Framed in a light wood black frame. Backed and sealed. Certificate of Authenticity included. Available as a framed original 260.00 or Limited Edition print on canvas 140.00 (unframed but ready to hang) or A2 size art paper print 99.00(rolled}. All prices include postage and packing to UK addresses 'Pure' is an exploration of Asian beauty, charm and style.
Scarborough beach (2020)
Scarborough on the Yorkshire coast famous for the Grand Hotel seen on the right to the back of the painting. Unfortunately the Hotel is not in the state that it once was and hopefully someone will come along and inject the large amount of money needed to bring it back to how it once looked. (Acrylic on board).
Bridlington sands (2019)
Whitby bridge. (2017)
Whitby is a well known and popular seaside resort, famous for it's fish and chips, whale bone arch, Dracula and many other things. I remember Peter Sallis saying on 'Last of the summer wine' when he and the rest of the gang were in Whitby that Dracula was really a Yorkshire man and that his real name was Draculathwaite!(Acrylic on canvas)