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Description : Do you want to take a walk on the wild side?

This painting started it's life upside down, where the waves you see before you were originally destined to become clouds. I took a progress photo, and when my iphone accidentally flipped the picture, all I could see were waves.

I added the jetty, and submerged rocks, later in the process, and incorporated subtle pinks, blues and browns into the sea.

The result is a painting of chaos in calm muted tones.

"TAKE A WALK ON THE..." - original art by Eve Sellars
61cm W x 61cm H x 3.8cm D
Professional oil paint on heavy duty cotton canvas.
Sides are painted as 'wrap around' so there is no need to provide an external frame (although a frame would look very beautiful).
Paint has a light sheen (neither flat nor glossy).
Gallery-wrapped and stretched over kiln-dried stretcher bars.
Strong picture wire and D-rings, felt pads, ready to hang.
Only high quality materials are used.

Delivery and returns:
This painting needs just a few more days to dry completely. Should you purchase now, I will immediately book the courier for 24th June. All of my paintings are packed with the greatest care.

More information?
Please ask for more photos or ask about my paintings if this helps you in your decision – just contact Gallery247.

Please note, despite my best efforts, in situ pictures may not be to scale.

Best,
Eve x

NRN # : 000-40842-0158-01

DIMENSIONS : (Height - 61.00 cm X Width - 61.00 cm )

Medium on Base : Oil on Stretched Canvas

Genre : Seascape

Status : For Sale

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Copyright : © Eve Sellars

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Un-Framed: $510
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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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