'Jewels of the Sea' is an original abstract reefscape / seascape painting.
I have a strong fascination with the underwater world, particularly with coral reefs teaming with colours, shapes and life. This interest started when I first went snorkelling in the South Pacific Ocean off the coast of New Caledonia. Wow, a whole new world! And thanks to David Attenborough and the like, my imagination continues to be fuelled. :-)
Part of my new 2018 collection of reefscape paintings, it is created using a mix of techniques with layered acrylic paint to create texture and depth.
Painted on canvas panel, this abstract landscape painting features lots of tantalising texture and a stunning, exotic colour palette including metallic and iridescent paints. Bathe in magenta, turquoise, orange, purple, blue and gold.
Whether you see them as underwater coral reefs, aerial coastlines or seascapes, I hope you will enjoy escaping to different worlds with me.
The art is finished in a beautiful white tray frame.
Acrylic on panel, framed Painting: 61 x 61cm | 24 x 24" In frame: 75 x 75cm | 29.5 x 29.5"
Acrylic on canvas board, framed Painting: 61 x 61cm | 24 x 24" In frame: 75 x 75cm | 29.5 x 29.5"
One-off original painting created by my own hand. No prints or reproductions. Professional artist grade acrylic paint. Highly textured artwork. Metallic & iridescent paints used. Painted on high quality canvas panel. Varnished and protected with gloss varnish. Signed on the front and on the back. Framed by a professional framer in a handmade wooden tray frame to conservation standards. The frame is painted in white. The frame is wired through D-Rings and ready to hang. Certificate of Authenticity included.
Room image(s) for illustration purposes only. Art may not be shown to scale. Colours may vary depending on the settings and calibration of the monitor or screen you are viewing on.
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