cheryl Morrice | ArtGallery.co.uk

United Kingdom

October 2018

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Cheryl Morrice

2 reviews

I am an artist in Fife, Scotland and I paint for my own joy. If I can make people smile, well that’s a bonus. As a member of the Association British Naïve Artists, I love painting in a naive / folk art style. I didn’t go to art school so I don’t know the art “rules”, I just paint what’s in my heart at the time. I very rarely know what the painting is going to be until it’s created. Coastal scenes, landscapes, trees, gardens, poppies, peacocks, pheasants, dancers, mothers, cityscapes, couple paintings & more, are some of my featured subjects . I like touches of life in my paintings. Birds, bees, buildings and people all add an element of interest to a painting.I take my inspiration from little things in everyday life my paintings are about colourful fun worlds you can step inside of. It’s such a privilege to have people purchase my art to hang in their home. From my trade stalls across the country , my art has now sold around the world. Thank you to everyone who has ever bought a painting from me. My original paintings, prints and cards are available to buy online and at markets, galleries, and some craft stores around Scotland. I am a big animal lover and I currently live in a small village in Fife with Obi the oversized puppy and 3 crazy cats in our tiny house of love. My favourite things are my animals the countryside and hiking, but most of all, the wonderful people we meet along the way in this life.

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Lovely painting. A local shop for me. Will go on my wall with a print of another famous Edinburgh shop.

Submitted by Pat Milligan 02/02/2019

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I found the website easy to get around. I was pleased with speed of recieving my picture. I am also fair chuffed with the painting.
Product : Lovely painting. A local shop for me. Will go on my wall with a print of another famous Edinburgh shop.

Submitted by Pat Milligan 02/02/2019