Lavender Landscape (Large)

£1,250.00

New: this is a brand new series of heavily textured artworks inspired by landscapes. 180x70cm on deep edged canvas, this abstract expressionist artwork is stretched over a deep wooden frame. No extra framing is required and the painting is ready to hang as soon as you unpack it.
Many colour washes were applied over a very heavily textured base in my signature style to create pockets of deep saturated colour. Multiple neutral, browns, creams, aqua, greens, gold, bronze colour washes and glazes. and violet/lavender/purple accents.
Highlighted with iridescent highlights, the work is very heavily textured and has sculptural qualities.
I have 12+ years experience of shipping artworks worldwide. Your painting will be carefully packaged using high quality thick bubble wrap, corrugated card and an outer double-walled cardboard carton that is very strong for the ultimate protection.
UK shipping is free. I can ship worldwide – please just ask for a quote.

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Product Reference No: A-135958

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Weight 5 kg
Dimensions 180 x 5 x 70 cm
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Caroline Ashwood

Caroline Ashwood was born in 1970 in Yorkshire where she spent many happy childhood hours painting and sketching in the bluebell woods near her home. Having shown a talent for drawing and creativity, she received formal art training as a graphic designer and a successful career in advertising with agencies like M&C Saatchi in London. Encouraged by a popular following and patronage for her artwork, Caroline decided to paint full time in 2002. Her work is featured in many private collections worldwide and she has exhibited in galleries and shows throughout the UK.   Her approach to her art is best expressed by Caroline herself, who says: "Through my work, I am constantly exploring the relationship between colour, light and form. Even though it was drilled into me in my earliest formal art studies that drawing and draughtsmanship are of critical importance to serious artistic endeavour, it was only when I ventured away from literal points of reference that I began to discover the visceral impact to be enjoyed in the luminance, shapes and hues of glorious nature”.

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