Living on a farm, surrounded by the landscape of Exmoor, wildlife and farming activities, where deer and sheep roam freely, is an inspiration for Sharon Plant.
She is a pointillist painter: Pointillism is the technique of applying small, regular dabs of unmixed colour to the picture surface, relying on scientific theories, such as the precise combination of complementary colours – red/green, orange/blue, yellow/violet. Pioneered in the 1880's mainly in France by Seurat who used the term divisionism.
This is a mounted giclee print of the original painting printed on Hahnemuhle William Turner high quality matte paper and is sent ready to frame with a mount and backboard. The print is signed by the artist and numbered from a limited edition of 50.
Image size 8 x 8 inches, Exterior dimensions of mounted print 15 x 15 inches.
Living on a farm, surrounded by the landscape of Exmoor, wildlife and farming activities, where deer...