This piece was inspired by mermaids, ballerina’s and Turtles. This artwork represents patience, wisdom, and endurance. The ballet dancer in this piece is waiting patiently under the water for the graceful and majestic sea turtle to come close. She dreams of being able to swim with these beautiful creatures and learn from their wisdom, she admires their strength in overcoming the dangers they endure every day. This Whimsical mermaid is hoping you would love you to bring her home today!
This stunning Mermaid artwork would look beautiful in a girl’s bedroom, as a feature to compliment an aquarium in the lounge or dining room, She also makes the perfect gift for a mermaid lovers in your life!
*****ABOUT THE MATERIALS*****
◆ This Delightful Mermaid artwork is hand painted using acrylic paint on stretched canvas.
◆ The artwork follows on round the sides of the canvas so that framing is not required.
◆ Vibrant colours which are truly stunning in person!
➸ Your artwork will come with a Certificate of Authenticity.
➸ Artwork will be wired at the back
➸ Each piece is carefully packed in a strong box and wrapped in bubble wrap for extra protection.
W 60.96 cm x H 78.74 cm
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About the Artist
I am a freelance artist based in County Durham (UK). I studied textiles BTEC Advanced Level (GNVQ) at Hartlepool College of Art and Design from 1998 to 2000 but did not find my true calling or love of fine art until 2004, when I got my first easel and oil paints from my parents at Christmas. Si...