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NUDE WOMAN PAINTING – A NEW DAY DAWNS

 

 

COPYRIGHT © Carrie McKenzie: Artist Halifax West Yorkshire.

COLOUR MATCH: care has been taken to colour match the painting/print with what you see online, however colours on different viewing devices can vary due to individual screen settings.

WATERMARK: The copyright watermark will not appear on the original painting or prints.

 

 


A NEW DAY DAWNS

Mixed Media and Brusho

 

 

ORIGINAL PAINTING

  • circa 16″x12″ painting is fitted in a 20″x16″ ivory white mount ready for you to frame.

20″x16″ mounted: £95

 

 

PREMIUM PRINTS

  • professional lustre paper for high-image-quality and vibrant colour reproduction;
  • prints come unmounted for you to frame with or without a mount.  

12″x8″: £15

16″x12″: £25

(larger sizes available on request)

P&P : 5-10 days

DELIVERY & POSTAGE IS TO THE UK ONLY. Overseas customers from outside of the UK must complete the contact form to enquire about additional postage costs.

 

 

CLOSE (and return to people, life and love)

 

 

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INFO. I am an artist and I live in Halifax, West Yorkshire. My paintings are exhibited regularly at a number of galleries and venues across West Yorkshire, and my artwork has been selected for collections in UK, Europe, USA, Australia and New Zealand. In addition to original works of art, I also offer premium signed prints and greeting cards in different sizes, which are available through this website. Having had a passion for art since I was a child, and currently works from my studio in Halifax. Also, I have trained with some of the leading national and internationally acclaimed artists, who have influenced the development of my own personal style. I think it is important for an artist to keep learning and refreshing ideas – it’s an exciting journey. I am fascinated at the play of light and colour that completely changes the appearance of the environment, its people and wildlife. So many great artists have tried to capture the fascination of light in their work – it is, I think, one of the most transformational aspects of any painting. Consequently, I am constantly striving to reflect the impact of light and colour into my own work.

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