Original artwork description:

'The Trials of the Cormorant No.1' is a one off, signed, original Mel Sheppard Painting.
It is part of a triptych of paintings.

Picture is painted in acrylic on cartridge paper.
It is signed on the back by the artist.

Please note, expect some water buckling from paint, as I work on unstretched paper.

It is A2 in size (841mm x 594mm) and comes rolled in a brown cardboard tube.

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Materials used:

Acrylic Paint, Charcoal, Cartridge Paper

Tags:
#sea #anthropomorphic #bird #rock #work on paper #tarot #cormorant #a2 size #mel sheppard #trials 
The Trials of the Cormorant No.1 - Acrylic Painting - Mel Sheppard Original / Signed - A2 Size on Paper (2018)
Acrylic painting
by Mel Sheppard

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'The Trials of the Cormorant No.1' is a one off, signed, original Mel Sheppard Painting.
It is part of a triptych of paintings.

Picture is painted in acrylic on cartridge paper.
It is signed on the back by the artist.

Please note, expect some water buckling from paint, as I work on unstretched paper.

It is A2 in size (841mm x 594mm) and comes rolled in a brown cardboard tube.

***** FREE UK POSTAGE *****

Materials used:

Acrylic Paint, Charcoal, Cartridge Paper

Tags:
#sea #anthropomorphic #bird #rock #work on paper #tarot #cormorant #a2 size #mel sheppard #trials 
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I've always painted and drawn the things around me. Sometimes the images are realistic and sometimes more imaginary. In my illustrative work I've enjoyed depicting old sayings and idioms, I... Read more

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