As we head towards winter, the grass of the paddocks and fields in my area of central Victoria are hanging on to last spring’s green. Our summer was mild and we had some wonderful rainfall, so autumn has been unusually lush. This painting is based on the pasture towards Yea on the Goulburn Valley Hwy where paddocks stretch wide and gum trees and cypress pines are dotted along the fields.This is an oil painting, framed in a solid timber floating frame if requested. It is offered at a special price :)
Fresh Field II - 40 x 30cm
This painting is an original one-of-a-kind artwork using high quality professional standard materials.
~ professional artist quality oil paint
~ gallery quality deep-edge stretched canvas with strong stretcher bars
~ D-rings, picture wire and felt pads attached
~ artwork is signed
IN SITU PHOTOS
'In situ' photos help us imagine art in our home. Feel free 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 various apps and may not be perfectly to scale. Pictures depicting framed art are for illustrative purposes, for your consideration and interest.
If you would like to commission a custom piece similar to this artwork, please let me know.
PACKAGING & DELIVERY
~ Packaging and delivery are included in the artwork price.
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 recycled cardboard (such as fridge boxes) sourced from furniture stores. Bubble wrap can be recycled at most supermarkets.
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ABOUT THE ARTIST
Having enjoyed a lifetime of creativity and expression, it’s no surprise Eve’s paintings are proving so popular with collectors. Eve captures the essence of the everyday 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.