I’ve finally taken the plunge and have had a high quality Giclée print produced of my original watercolour painting depicting a hare in rich tonal colours set against a soft blue background.
The Giclée print is printed on Bockingford 190gsm matt textured paper. It is high quality acid free paper made to archival standards at St. Cuthberts Mill in Somerset.
The print is mounted in an acid free, bevel cut window mount in soft white and comes with a high quality backing board.
The image size is 6” x 6”
Overall size with mount is 10” x 10”
Each print comes with a certificate of authenticity, is mounted and ready for framing and is protected in a clear cello bag. The mount is a common size and so can easily be framed at home to suit your home décor.
*Frame is not included. The frame is shown for display purposes only
The Hare print and my collection of greeting cards are available from my Etsy shop
I am happy to introduce this little chap as my new Christmas card design for 2020
This poor old teddy began as a quick drawing in my sketchbook a few years ago. I came across him again fairly recently and thought that there was just something about his expression which was asking to take on a new lease of life… and so after deciding on a ‘collage’ approach and adding a jolly festive red hat, here he is – finally ready to join my modest collection of Christmas greeting cards which are available from my Etsy shop
Thank you for taking a look and wishing you all the best for the Festive Season!
Celebrating Creative Work is the first members’ exhibition since lockdown. It launches on Saturday 17th October and will run for 9 weeks up to Christmas.
Various artists are exhibiting a wide selection of their work which includes mixed media, ceramics to jewellery, watercolour to oils, textile wall art to photography, and charcoals and pastels.
I am delighted to be taking part and if you look very carefully you might spot some of my cards in amongst the new and exciting exhibits… a quick sneak preview follows!
West Ox Arts ask that when visiting you kindly respect safety guidance. Please sanitise your hands on entry, wear a face covering and respect social distancing by keeping a safe distance from other visitors and members of staff.
They really are looking forward to seeing you again very soon and hope you enjoy this new and exciting exhibition!