Highland Cow Golden
Please note, this artwork is available for UK delivery only.
Availble for UK delivery only.
This cute highland cow is painted using acrylic on canvas. The paint is of a thick texture, I like the idea of exploring art not only with the eyes but with touch also. Using a palette knife to create the rough weathered hair in browns, yellows, and gold colours. I used small pieces of 24ct gold leaf on the painting, to give a pretty look of shimmering gold snow on the cow's hair when the painting is in a certain light. Artist signed the bottom left. The artwork is protected with a layer of clear varnish. I really loved painting this artwork, it was enjoyable and it looks great hanging on the wall in any space.
The canvas is very lightweight for the size. It can be easily hung on a small screw or nail. You can easily string it at home if needed. This is an original painting, no copies or prints will be reproduced. The item has a certificate of authenticity.
Item will be well packed for shipping.
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About the Artist
Studied art at school for a number of years, but mainly self taught. Have continued to paint regularly for over 20 years. My Style - abstract floral art and animals. I am passionate about bright colours and highly textured backgrounds. I like the idea of exploring art not only with the eyes but...