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A Vase full of Sunshine

A Vase full of Sunshine

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in Acrylic by LINDA DRURY No Artist Reviews
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Sunflowers are so lovely to paint, full of vibrant colour these sunflowers were painted from life last year. They presented a lovely image with the sunlight reflecting through the vase and onto the flowers that i just had to get my paintbrushes out!! I hope i have captured the beauty of these much loved flowers. They reprisent summer in all its glory and would look lovely in any room of the house. Always popular as a painting. I have used acrylic paints for this large A3 size painting. The paper size is app.12 x 16ins (195 x400mm) and the image size app. 9 x 12ins (225 x 280mm) PLEASE NOTE  there is no mount with this painting enabling you to choose your finished picture size. Sent flat and well packaged by Royal mail registered post. Thank you for visiting my gallery.

W 11.61" x H 15.75"
W 29.50 cm x H 40.00 cm
250grm mixed media paper, Acrylic paint,backing board.
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About the Artist

Having passed an Art Scholarship in the late 1950s I attended the Middlesbrough College of Art studying fashion and design. After leaving the college I became a window display artist. Leaving work to get married and raise a family I have always made art my hobby. I have had local exhibitions in l...


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