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40 x 40 x 1.5 inches original oil painting of a tiger in a magical landscape. It is semi abstract art nouveau in style and is very vibrant with rainbow colours. A tiger sits on a branch looking out over her world. She is waiting for something which is just beyond her vision. The landscape hints at trees, cliff's and a river or lake. The inspiration is the mystery, beauty and deadliness of tigers and the environment they live in. Painted on deep edge canvas - edges white, no frame needed.
LARGE ORIGINAL Oil Painting - Mythology - a unicorn in her woodland re
A 36 x 48 x 1.5 inches large semi abstract original oil painting of a vibrant autumn forest with unicorn. This painting was made with lots of warm luminous colours and is slightly art nouveau in style. The paint was blurred together to give it a slightly 3D effect. Among the trees a white horse can just about be seen with her tail intertwined in the flora and fauna of the forest. It is inspired by my own desire to find magical things. I find forests fascinating but also scary - just like most fairy tales. There is an atmosphere in trees that changes from woodland to woodland - quite strange. This woodland was inspired by Friston Forest in Sussex where mythical beats may well be glimpsed from time to time... Painted on deep edge canvas, edges white, frame not needed.
LARGE ORIGINAL Oil Painting - Jungle Portal - the leopard's realm
40 x 40 x 1.5 inches large original oil painting of a semi abstract landscape with a leopard. It is painted on a square canvas which is dark at the edges and gets lighter towards the centre giving the idea of a portal or doorway to another world. The leopard crouches on a branch waiting for something to occur. She adds a touch of realism to the glimpse you see of her jungle realm. The scene around her hints at a river and colourful plants and I wonder if I can go through this portal into this jungle or if leopard can get out... Deep edge canvas, white edges, frame not necessary.
A 36 x 48 x 1.5 inches large semi abstract original oil painting in autumn colours. This landscape is very colourful and slightly art nouveau and shows a forest with a lake and hills in the distance. To the left are two deer, a stag and and a doe. The stag stares back at us, the doe looks off towards the lake. I tried to instill in this painting a feeling of hope and anticipation. It is something I feel when I glimpse deer in a forest. Painted on deep edge canvas, edges white, frame not needed.
Watchers in the Ice Forest - misty landscape with deer
A large 36 x 48 x 1.5 inches semi abstract original oil painting of deer at dawn in a misty forest. A long row of deer stand across a river looking at us out of the trees. It is semi abstract and slight art nouveau in style and is painted in autumn winter dawn colours of peach, yellow's, white and violet grey. The sun glows through the mist low above the forest tree line. It is icy with frost and early morning thaw makes a mist. The deer know something we don't so they simply wait and watch us. Inspired by a morning walk in the Ashdown forest in autumn. Shiny finish, deep edge canvas, edges white, frame not needed.
Emerald Hart - a green forest, river and red stag
36 x 48 x 1.5 inches large green original oil painting. The painting is semi abstract, expressionist, impressionist in style. It shows a green world of green trees and a green river with sparkles on the water fading into the distance. It is both real and completely unreal at the same time. To the left is a red deer stag (hart) who appears in startling contrast as a bright red stag among his green world. I always find it interesting how animals are fed and nurtured by the land they live on. This stag is fed by the land and protects it in return. I enjoy complimentary colours and red and green are a wonderful match. Edges white, deep edge canvas, frame not necessary
Revelation - a path through an autumn wood
40 x 40 x 1.5 inches large original oil painting of a path through an autumn wood. Three female deer and one stag watch from the right as the light beckons though the trees. It promises a discovery of some kind. The style is slightly art nouveau, semi abstract and is painted to give a blurred out of focus effect. This path through a forest is a persistent theme for me as I walk often in woodland like this. And when I do, I am forever feeling like I will discover something magical just around the next bend. The trees whisper it, the sunlight hints at it, the deer lead to it. Maybe one day I will find it (whatever it is!)
Everyday Magic - a semi abstract forest landscape with birds
40 x 40 x 1.5 inches large original oil painting of a semi abstract forest with two bullfinches. The style is slightly art nouveau (organic forms in a pattern) and the colours range from purple, amethyst, magenta, orange and rose red through to Indian yellow and gold. The background trees and light through the forest is deliberately blurred to make it look out of focus whilst in the foreground two red bullfinches are in sharp focus as a contrast to the background. I often walk in Sussex woodland and often see these birds. I find the little flashes of colour and beautiful song quite magical. I wonder what magic they are creating when there are no humans around to notice it. This is another in a series of paintings I have been working on that are portals to another place. I like that it can be on a wall and provide an exit when you need to get away for while. It is on deep edge canvas, white edges, frame not necessary.
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.