Blue Wren in the Garden by Eve Sellars – blue wren, gum leaves and flowers on pure linen
My art is influenced by Australian native flora - in this painting, eucalyptus leaves, gum nuts and gum tree blossoms in a classical botanical composition. The blue wren is inspired by my garden at the moment - we seem to have flocks of these tiny beauties; flashes of iridescent blue flit across the yard as they search for insects.
This painting is an original one-of-a-kind artwork using high quality professional standard materials.
~ professional artist quality oil paint
~ high quality gallery standard deep-edge stretched pure Belgian linen
~ D-rings, picture wire and felt pads attached
~ artwork is signed
~ custom built floating frame in Tasmanian oak is available for an additional $160
~ Certificate of Authenticity included
IN SITU PHOTOS
'In situ' photos help us imagine art in our home. I urge you to reach out with pictures of your own space and I can virtually hang the painting for you. In situ photos provided here were created using the Artrooms app and may not be perfectly to scale. Where provided, photos of framed art are for illustrative purposes only.
Yes, I love commissions! If you would like to commission a custom piece similar to this artwork for yourself or a loved one, please let me know!
PACKAGING & DELIVERY
~ Packaging and delivery are included in the artwork price.
~ There is currently a delay on framing so please allow additional time if ordering your new artwork as famed.
My paintings are treated with the greatest care throughout their life in my studio and home, or at exhibitions where they may temporarily hang. Your artwork will be carefully wrapped in bubble-wrap and sturdy cardboard. Bubble wrap can be recycled at most supermarkets.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Having enjoyed a lifetime of creativity and expression, it’s no surprise Eve’s paintings are proving so popular with collectors, with over 120 original artworks sold in the last two years. Eve captures the essence of the gardens in our local neighbourhoods and parks, making her art relatable and unpretentious. She interprets her subject with sensitivity and love, and prefers the viewer “feel” rather than “see”.
Eve leads an unconventional life in her off-grid home in central Victoria with hubby, dogs and a gorgeously prolific vegetable garden and orchard, and spends most days at the easel.