Scarves here we come

One of 5 scarves I’ve had printed from my original paintings – this one is Oriental II and 140cm, slightly transparent and would look terrific as a sarong or wrapped around you as a creative top or draped around your neck or even as a head scalf.

Available now so please email [email protected] or will be up on the ‘shop’ section soon.

From Amongst the Waves limited edition prints for sale

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Amongst the Waves is a collection of paintings that are from being in and amongst the sea – well my abstract take on it anyway!  This was painted on 640gms watercolour paper and I’m about to do a limited edition of prints as love the colours and as a print you can have small or a big one or an inbetweeny one, whatever suits! The original was painted with inks using many crazy techniques from throwing, pouring, flicking and blowing.  I can print out on canvas or high quality cotton rag paper.

If you’re interested let me know – cheers Sally

 

Sea Waves crashing in

The lovely Ian & Belinda bought ‘Sea Waves crashing in’ from the Sea Spray collection of paintings at our recent Arty Party Exhibition in Sydney, Australia.

Created by painting with acrylic inks and pouring medium on a wooden panel 30cms x 30cms

 

Into the Light for John Butterworth

Into the light JB

Loved painting Into the Light and very pleased that it has a new home in Sydney, Australia – thank you Claudia Sagripanti and John Butterworth.  Into the Light is painted on 640gsm watercolour paper with inks and the light part I’ve used some iridescent inks so it kind of sparkles and shimmers when the light catches it!

Here it Comes sold at auction in support of research to cure cancer

Here It Comes

Very pleased that ‘Here it Comes’ a painting from ‘Amongst the Waves’ collection of art was sold at auction at a function on 8th April – part of the Cure de Tour that cycles and holds fundraising events to support research in helping to find a cure for cancer.  Really chuffed that it sold for $2,000.

Here is Comes is painted with a range of inks on 640gsm watercolour paper and is my abstract take on the tip of a wave as it starts to gain strength on it’s journey to shore.  It was framed in a floating white frame and looks very contemporary.

The Tube seeks new swish home

The Tube sitting at the Gallery

The Tube is 80cms x 80cms and is created from an original artwork where I’ve painted and mixed inks between layers of a non-toxic pouring medium (a bit like resin).  Each layer takes months to cure with the finish result looking slightly 3D and it sparkles and shimmers in the light.  To create a large piece of art, I’ve had the painting photographed at the Imaging Studio, printed on a special metallic and then had it face-mounted.

The finished piece looks great and really contemporary and would look stunning on a white or perhaps chocolate brown or black wall — and would look great at a beach house, contemporary apartment, a swish hotel.

The Tube is for sale as a limited edition of 25.