This is a large watercolour (27.5x19.6 inch) and is a semi-abstract painting inspired by the sea I often paint and the patterns and rhythms of waves and the clouds blown sideways by the wind which blends them in horizontal lines/rows . This artwork is filled with endless hues of gorgeous colours blended with each other on a 'wet on wet' watercolour technique, this enables working on each row adding the right amount of colour on the wet paper until the desired effect is achieved. Horizontal rows are hand drawn and followed one at a time and vertical 'blurred' columns of lighter and darker hues are also added to contrast against the horizontal pattern. This watercolour is the result of a mixture of clear ideas and following one's intuition and allowing the colours to 'flow freely' in some instances.
This painting has a white 2 cm border all around it where the art tape held down the paper on to the board , there is some slight bleeding of colours into this white border as a wet technique was used(see picture), you can choose to show some of this 'bleeding' when framing or you can hide it easily when 'matting' the work, it is signed on the painted area on the bottom right corner so it would be visible either way.
This painting is created on heavy weight 300gsm/140lb acid free Fabriano watercolor paper using high quality watercolors.
The size is 70x50 cm/27.5x19.6 inches and it has an unpainted 2cm white border all around it ,and it fits well on an A1 size frame or similar.
This work is unframed .