I recently took a holiday to Hengistbury Head and Mudeford. I found out, when I returned, that my mother used to go on there on holiday when she was young. My mother said it was strange, she wouldn't have imagined, as an 8 year old, having a daughter visit the same spot in the distant future. This is why the painting is called 60 Years Between Us, and why there are three little people walking together - my Mum now, my Mum then, and me.
Painted using acrylics, tippex and marker pen on 11oz, 100% cotton duck weave, triple primed canvas stretched over a wooden box frame (3.5cm deep).
On a box canvas so framing is not required.
Comes with an authentication certificate on the back of the painting.
Acrylics, tippex, marker pen