Titled "Take Me There" this 5" (12.7 cm) x 7" (17.78 cm) original oil landscape painting with it's red, purple and yellow flowers set amongst green bushes and evergreens with a luminous pink-yellow sky as it's backdrop makes you wish you were there! Done in oils with no solvents with an emphasis in environmental working practices. Painting is signed on the back.
• SHIPPED WITH TRACKING AND INSURANCE - painting is placed in a clear acetate envelope which is placed in a rigid cardboard mailer.
*WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT MY WORK*
"Beautiful painting- it arrived well wrapped. Gwen was professional, friendly and attentive." - Helen P. Ann Arbor, MI, U.S.A
"This painting makes me so happy". - Julie R. Washington, D.C., U.S.A
"Love, Love, LOVE, this makes me so happy!" - Penney L., Huntsville, AL, U.S.A
"I love this painting! Very pleased with it! Quick delivery and well packaged" - Melanie U, Sarasota, Florida, U.S.A
"Oh, how I love this small and powerful piece. The vivid colors and superb artist skills draw in the viewer, capturing attention and holding it for perusal. It's a beauty. Thanks so much. Arrived promptly and securely packaged. I'll be back for more!" - Ann W. Indianapolis, IN, U.S.A
"Gwen's artwork is unique and expressive. Her use of colour and texture intrigues my interest. I also appreciated the care she took to insure my painting reached me undamaged." - Connie N, Shuniah ON, Canada
Wrapping/Giving as a gift: I can include a gift card stating from whom the painting is coming from and a short message from the gift giver if desired.
NOTE: This painting, all original paintings are duty free for both the United States and United Kingdom. The V.A.T charge for the U.K is 5%.
These are just a few examples from the numerous replies I have received from my wonderful collectors that are not only in North America but worldwide. It's collectors like YOU that help to make the circle of creation complete for us artists, so THANK YOU to you all!
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professional oil pigment sticks R&F, Winsor Newton, Kama, acrylic underpainting