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Black Sail

Black Sail

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In the mountain lake rests a small black sailboat. But this is no ordinary boat, the captain is a 10 year old boy called Black Jake who hoists the sail and ventures out on his adventures looking for enemy ships and cargo's of gold and treasure. This of course is all in his vivid imagination, but as any 10 year old will tell you the adventures are as real as life itself. This fantasy painting came to me as I thought about the Black Sails TV program full of pirates and excitement on the high seas. How would a child act out his own pirates adventures, maybe with a small black sail boat on a mountain lake. Created with acrylics, posca pens, collage and gel mediums.

W 27.50" x H 20.00"
W 69.85 cm x H 50.80 cm
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About the Artist

I started out as an artist after a life-changing personal experience which opened up my creative abilities and led me to painting as a career. I have now been a professional artist for the last 10 years. My training started with various courses at the college and local workshops. This led to...

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