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Deep in the  Rain Forest

Deep in the Rain Forest

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There is nothing to compare with a tropical mist forest, the prolific growth, towering palms accentuated by their slenderness. The strong clear colours, shapes within shapes, the sense of being protected from the elements. I rarely wore shoes in my years of living on the islands so being close to nature was a constant.

The warmth of the soil, the miniature contours underfoot are all part of your sensory daily download.

Painting size; 20" x 16"

Painted using Winsor & Newton professional Oil Paints

Sides of work are painted dark green/blue and the painting can be hung unframed.

W 16.06" x H 20.00"
W 40.80 cm x H 50.80 cm
Double gesso primed 100% cotton stretched canvas
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About the Artist

Apart from an 'A' level in Art, Elizabeth is self-taught. She has painted throughout her life on a daily basis and it is a source of joy and constant exploration for her. The passion she feels for her work is expressed in her diverse subject matter and use of vibrant colours. Growing up in a sm...

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