No Strings Attached

61 cm x 46 cm x 1.75 cm

Acrylic paint on cradled wood panel

No Strings Attached

  • Inspiration for this quirky painting came to me well before dawn a while ago. I was sound asleep when I woke up with a vivid image that so intrigued me that I scribbled it down on my notepad (which is always on my beside table, just in case I get a nocturnal inspiration) to make sure that I didn't forget it. I have transferred this idea to a tangible image on a wooden support applying a limited colour palette with an emphasis on wood and its many gloriously rich hues.

    This painting has tested me on so many levels. I had no problems doing the unattached strings on the double bass, the violin and the marionettes, however I think a banjo or some other instrument with fewer strings would have been easier than the harp with its 47 strings! At the end of the day I must admit that I am absolutely thrilled with it.

    Do hope you enjoy it as much as I enjoyed making it. This painting is signed on the front and a laminated, numbered Certificate of Authenticity is included.

    NB. I have made every effort to show the absolute exact colours of this artwork, however please be aware that there may be slight variances when viewed on different computer screens etc.

    PLEASE NOTE: In the photos, where the painting is shown mounted on a wall, these are purely for illustrative purposes. You should review the dimension of the artwork to be sure the work suits your needs.

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