Only Ewes And Horses
Medium : Acrylic on canvas
Year : 2019
Canvas size : 40cm x 40cm (approx. 16" x 16") on gallery stretched canvas.
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Mervyn is a self-taught artist who uses his canvas to share the free-spirited, joyful side of life. His whimsical and quirky paintings of sheep, each tells a stand-alone story inspired by clever wordplay. Mervyn’s ideas are mostly influenced through pop culture with echoes of his cheeky persona. Rather than taking a serious approach to art, Mervyn prefers to make humour the focus and delivers that through comical interpretations of sheep in the funniest of situations. When not painting sheep, Mervyn also experiments with expressing his emotions in the form of vibrant and colourful abstracts that are equally as engaging as his flock of sheep.
W 40.00 cm x H 40.00 cm
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About the Artist
Mervyn is a Yorkshire based artist who uses his canvas to share the free-spirited, joyful side of life. His whimsical and quirky paintings of sheep, each tells a stand-alone story inspired by clever wordplay. Mervyn’s ideas are mostly influenced through pop culture with echoes of his cheeky perso...