Details of works sold during December 2016 with comments from delighted collectors.
During December 2016 I sold a number of original works and prints as a result of my exhibition at David Lloyd Tennis Centre Cardiff, and attending the 4N Business Network.
Seen here are Dylan and Catherine of Talygarn who purchased my award winning painting ‘A Walk Through Tongwynlais Forest’. This work is composed of compemetarty vibrant colours of red and yellows supported by greens, contrasted by vertical black lines as trees.
Dylan said “this beautiful work is perfect for us, and will take pride and place in our dining room”. The work is 18×20″ with a bespoke black wood frame. Prints are available, please contact me for details.
As seen at my exhibition at David Lloyd was ‘Bottles on Cloth’, a still life in oil which took the imagination of Mrs. Kilroy of Cardiff. She loved the semi abstract forms and almost translucent tones of blues.
Next there’s Angie of Cardiff. Delighted with her new signed print of ‘Tenby’. Angie, a distributor for Herbalife, saw the work at a 4Network meeting in Cardiff Village Hotel. A perfect gift, she said. 4Network is an excellent way of raising ones profile with talks and demonstrations. This has given me valuable experience in talking about my work.
Also seen here is Bob Shepherd of Newport, resplendent in festive garb! He is receiving my original painting ‘Y Nant Wyllt’ – the Wild Brook. He was taking with its drama and realism of the depiction cascading water.
Last but not least is Sue Orel, 54 of Bedford. She was attracted to my original miniature impression in acrylic of Roath Park, Cardiff. She loved the contrast and tones giving the work a special atmosphere. She also was impressed by the presentation in a white deep box frame which added to the feel of the work.