King of the Roost
A vibrant and very Colourful original watercolour painting of a cockerel all puffed up and looking rather annoyed. He certainly has attitude. I have painted it in a loose way but wanted to show the wonderful colours. It has it’s head looking back and it’s feather all ruffled up. This would make a lovely present and would look good in a kitchen or any other room. I have also photographed it in a frame to give you an indication of what it might look like, however it is sold unframed, I love to paint in watercolours as each painting is unique as the colours mingle with the water and magic is formed. I will sign the painting on the back and send it with a signed certificate of authenticity, to be signed for on delivery.
I sell my artwork globally and have received wonderful reviews from many satisfied customers many of whom buy again. I also give 50% of my proceeds to charity, so by buying this painting you will also be giving to a good cause,
I you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact me and thanks for looking,
W 30.00 cm x H 42.00 cm
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About the Artist
Donating 50% of my proceeds to charity I am in my fifties and grew up in the Cotswolds but now live on the beautiful island of Jersey, Channel Islands. I studied art in my youth and have always been interested in art in it's varied forms. Unfortunately I had a life changing illness (cancer...