A small signed painting of Bluebells flowering on the banks of the River Coquet in Northumberland. The narrow path wasn't created by people, but by the deer who use this route to go down to the river to drink every day.
It was painted using Artist's acrylic paints on a texture d heavy weight paper.
It is ready to hang, with an ivory coloured mount and framed in a bespoke solid oak frame which is 26 cm square. The painted image is 12 cm square.
Small enough to hang anywhere- an awkward space or on a staircase, but with enough presence to always look great- singly or as a group. Hang them in blocks, vertical rows ot horizonal lines.