An original painting using watercolours, acrylic inks and pastel pencils on beautiful Khadi paper, which is handmade in India. It has been float mounted allowing you to appreciate the natural deckled edges of the paper, which become a part of the finished artwork.
It comes in a classic off-white wooden frame, with fixings and cord attached to the rear, ready to hang.
The image on paper measures 36 x 30cms.
Framed, it measures 60 x 54cms and the frame is 3cms deep.
(You can see the frame in the second photo. Please excuse the plastic wrap which I should have taken off before it was taken!)
It will be packaged securely for transit, sent insured and will require a signature on delivery.
Please just get in touch if you have any questions and thanks for looking.
PLEASE NOTE: THE SALE OF THIS OR ANY OTHER ARTWORK DOES NOT INCLUDE THE COPYRIGHT WHICH REMAINS THE SOLE PROPERTY OF MYSELF, THE ARTIST. PLEASE DO NOT USE THESE IMAGES WITHOUT MY PERMISSION, THANK YOU.
I love trees, shades of blue and copper! I made this piece a few years ago, when I was just finding my style.
Khadi paper is a beautiful paper suitable for waterbased work as well as mixed media, and the deckled edges make it a piece of art in its own right.
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Judith Logan within 3 days of receiving payment.
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