Blossoms

Charcoal and Acrylic on Paper 25cmx35cm Available for Sale $250.00 (Including Shipping)   Branches of Magnolia blossoms in the restaurant, that Terry noticed were slowly opening more each day. Around Copenhagen, many of the windows have large glass vases, with branches of opening blossoms. Spots of colour against the flat greyness.

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Arches

Acrylic and Charcoal on Paper 30cmx23cm Available for Sale $250.00 (Including Shipping)   The canals of Amsterdam. A maze across the city that are impossible to ignore. Windows into worlds that entice one to look through, and around the next bend. The sun creating its own magic.

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A Winters Day

Acrylic and Charcoal on Paper 23cmx30cm Available for Sale $250.00 (Including Shipping)   The dark trees, silhouettes of the bridge over the canal. The hint of people against the buildings, with bits of light reflected off the water, provided a wonderful tonal painting opportunity. The charcoal dominates, creating a somber painting, with mushy dark brooding…

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Rajaf Cathedral

Charcoal and Acrylic on Paper 29cmx23cm Available for Sale $250.00 (Including Shipping) A short hop across the Nile River is the village of Rajaf, dominated by its red brick Colonial era cathedral. ‘the ground and walls were spattered with blood’ following the killing of a large number of villages during the war which had its…

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Juba Cattle

Charcoal and Acrylic on Paper 23cmx29cm Available for sale $250.00 (Courier fees included) Cattle blocking the road in Juba Town, still feels bazaar. Even though cattle are the cultural backbone of South Sudan, as well as a source of conflict and one of the biggest migrations in the world. There are an estimated 1 million…

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Fushia

Charcoal on paper 23cmx32cm Available for sale $1,200.00 The ‘calm calm of white space’ http://debiriley.com/2016/05/27/the-calm-call-of-white-space/ Carefully considered lines with the perfect restraint of Japanese Art my goal, while capturing the delicate beauty of the fuchsia flowers in the cottage garden.

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