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No Man is an Island
'A Vision' has been created using rich shades of browns and creams on deep edge box canvas. The sides are staple free and have been painted. The art has been varnished to protect it. Reduced by £50 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.
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Eye Of The Beholder
Painted in soft warm colours-cream, beiges and browns Eye of The Beholder will evoke many thoughts to the viewer-what do you see in it? It is a deep edge box canvas with the sides painted. It has been coated with 3 coats of acrylic varnish to protect it. Reduced by £50 25% of all sales are being donated towards the O'Connor Cancer Unit at Royal Shrewsbury Hospital where my son Jim is being treated..
Hazy Skies is a contemporary seascape painting by Scottish artist Ros Callander. Painted on a chunky box canvas with all sides painted, it is ready for you to hang. It is currently in Exhibition and if you are interested in purchasing it, please contact me to check if it is still available.
Birch Tree Path
This is one of the latest in Diane Jennings Monochrome collection of Birch Tree Paintings. This work is painted across 2 canvas each measuring 30cm x 76 cm which makes it a large 60 cm x 76 cm in total. Atmospheric, as are all in the series,you can imagine walking through the woods along the path which disapears behind the trees, who knows where it will lead you too? As always with the paintings in this collection the work will look great against any colour wall.It will be coated with 3 coats of artists varnish to protect it . GREAT NEWS-THIS PAINTING SOLD IN THE LUDLOW ART SOCIETY EXHIBITION.
Beautiful bright vibrant colours make this large painting a real statement piece for today's modern, contemporary home. Its a massive 150cm wide (minus a couple of cm's) and 30cm deep. Reds,oranges and shades of yellow acrylic paint merge with each other making it glow. The acacia trees stand out from the background in black. A few whisps of grasses stand between them. Reduced by £120 25% of all sales are being donated towards the O'Connor Cancer Unit at Royal Shrewsbury Hospital where my son Jim is being treated.. now sold..