Artwork Description: White winter Hart is a 40x40x1.5 inches large original oil painting on canvas of a white hart deer stag in a semi abstract winter landscape. The colours are muted and blurred behind the stag and there is a suggestion of read moresnow and ice and of silver birch trees at sunset. Behind the hart (stag over 5 years old) there are trees tinged with gold and layers of fields and woodland rising up behind him. The effect is quite art nouveau and expressionist and the paint is thick and luscious. The colours range from pristine white through to yellow, gold, amethyst, turquoise, blues, reds and purple. This painting was inspired by a recent brief snowfall in Sussex near the village of Danehill which has ancient woodland paths and bridleways and rolling fields and gully's between them. This hart is a red deer but the deer I actually saw on this day were Roe deer who are often found in large herds in this area watching you from the trees. I am very pleased with the colours and the real - not real effect of this painting which is as interesting to view close up as it is from a distance. The painting is ready to hang, has white edges and is on 3D deep edge canvas so no frame is needed.
Artwork Description: This piece was constructed on a hand-stretched canvas. It was meticulously created with soft layers of acrylic paint collaged with painted strips of torn watercolor paper. Some of the layers have text applied with photo transfer techniques. The colors were read moreinspired by the sea, sky, and beach of my home in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Coastal Sunset is the perfect companion piece if you need to cover a large wall.
Typically my work is photography based, so painting is a freeing experience and an exercise in creating an immersive color experience.
This large painting is the perfect way to bring luxury into any home or beach house, and can be beautifully displayed on a dining room or bedroom wall or above a sofa.
Artwork Description: I headed to San Francisco for an art show and decided to give myself a few extras days to explore this great City by the Bay. I packed both cameras, color and infrared. I loved walking the shores read moreas the fog filled the bay and covered up Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, and other land marks. As the fog lifted I snapped photos of the various areas in the Marina District. I chose to use infrared as this type of photography shows the textures and brings out the moodiness of a scene. I use this technique on heavy overcast days, or with storms rolling in.
I loved how this abandoned wood boat was just left beached with its ores still attached.
This is printed on Canvas