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30x40x1.5 inches red forest calls is a red oil painting made in a vari
30x40x1.5 inches red forest calls is a red oil painting made in a variety of rich reds, crimson, scarlet, yellow and purple. It is painted in art nouveau slightly abstract style and shows a red deer stag deep in a red forest while above and behind him some female deer call to him from the edge of the trees. There is a tentative message in this - females being the voice of reason when males get riled up maybe? but mostly it was painted because I love deer, I love red and I love deep dark forests. It is painted on deep edge canvas and the edges are also red. Framing not necessary.
Bamburgh castle Northumberland
This was one of those misty autumn days where sun suddenly peaked out, clearing some of the mist, creating colourful patterns on the hills. I love the soft light of these days and the pastel colours. Painted on oil primed linen canvas board with brushes and palette knife using the top quality oil paints. This painting is varnished with with a retouching varnish and if desired you can have it varnished in about 4 months with the final layer of quality varnish for the best protection.
Over the Shoulder
A sentimental painting of a young woman is waiting.....The painting has been varnished with gloss for protection and has been signed in the bottom corner of the canvas. The painting has been wired at the back for hanging onto the wall. The painting will be carefully packed into a custom made box and dispatched within 2 working days by a racked courier service. Comes with a certificate of authenticity.
October Glows - an autumn wood abstract painting
A 30x30 woodland path abstract landscape painting in rainbow colours. This painting was painted after a walk I took near Glyndebourne in East Sussex. It was a beautiful clear autumn day and the path was lined with trees glowing yellow, red, purple and green in the low autumn sun. This path led up to a steeper path that eventually goes to the top of the South Downs. I tried to capture my impression of the place in an abstract, possibly expressionist style using very thick wet oil paint and I worked into (wet into wet) over the course of two days. I wanted to capture the low angle of the sun and the impression of the light through the leaves picking out glimpses of ivy on the ancient trees, ferns and leaves in autumn golds and greens. I was very pleased with the result as it gives a satisfying flavour of the scene and how I felt being there rather than trying to be traditionally realistic. I love paths such as these as I always imagine something fantastic being about to be discovered just around the corner. Sometimes I am rewarded with a glimpse of a deer or fox but usually a view through trees to another world keeps me very happy.