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Succulent In Cobalt (framed)

Description : Teal, blue and aqua are abundant in succulents and I love creating these delicate small plants in fractured brushstrokes, with an impressionist feel, and very limited palette. I started painting this in the studio at Nagambie Art Group during my weekly visit, where likeminded artists gather to share ideas, trade secrets and have a laugh. I got lots of gasps from the room when I turned the easel and showed everyone my day's work. The painting was then completed during the following days in my home studio.

If you prefer to purchase the painting unframed, please enquire before purchase. The price will reduce by $110 to $380.

Only the highest quality materials are used.

SUCCULENT IN COBALT - Framed original art by Eve Sellars
Framed in professionally built Tasmanian oak box frame
48cm W x 48cm H x 5.5cm D (dimensions include frame)
Professional artists oil paint.
Gallery-wrapped heavy duty canvas over stretched canvas.
Sides painted in pale aqua/blue to match the main painting.
The paint has a satin-sheen (not flat nor glossy).
Fully fitted in professionally built custom oak box frame.
Strong picture wire and D-rings, felt pads in corners, ready to hang.


Delivery and returns:
I will immediately book the courier. Usually, your new artwork will be in transit one to two business days after purchase. All paintings are packed with the greatest care.


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Best,
Eve x

NRN # : 000-40842-0162-01

DIMENSIONS : (Height - 48.00 cm X Width - 48.00 cm )

Medium on Base : Oil on Stretched Canvas

Genre : Plant Life

Status : For Sale

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Copyright : © Eve Sellars

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Framed: $490
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I was born into a highly creative family where live music, book signings and art exhibitions seemed to be a normal part of a child’s everyday life and upbringing. It was only natural that I eventually pick up the palette knife and put pigment to canvas. Today, I live entirely off-grid in a quirky house and garden, with my hubby and two dogs, on rambling acreage of bush, dust and stone. My days are spent at my art studio among gum trees, kookaburras, wallabies, and koalas (and the odd snake!).

You will rarely see me paint a landscape in the traditional sense. Instead, I prefer to get up close and personal with my subject, study its form and colour, its character and its flaws, and translate this impression into something new: cropped, colourful, suggestive, and alive.

So please, sit back, browse through my portfolio, and maybe one of my paintings will find its new home.

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