• Steps To The Chapel Lucinda Lveille
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  • Steps To The Chapel Lucinda Lveille

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Steps To The Chapel by Lucinda Leveille – is a pen and wash ink piece on watercolour paper, unframed.

Pen and wash is quite an ‘old’ medium, in that it has been around for such a long time.  When I was at art school I did quite a few pen and ink/wash works and developed them after I left.  I didn’t really follow through the exploration of this gorgeous medium, so thought it was about time to revisit.  I will be producing a series of these pieces with stone ruins, steps and garden follies as the subject matter using the old fashioned dip pen and nib, paint brushes and some of the newer mediums that you can add to ink to make it perform in a more contemporary fashion!

If you love this piece but it doesn’t quite suit your space, I would be delighted to work with you to produce an artwork that will work for you and your home, I enjoy commissions and it’s always great to know that this is something uniquely yours.

As with all of my works, this is an original and a one of a kind, I do not make prints from any of my works.

The paintings are signed on the front with my name ‘Lucinda’ and come with a Certificate of Authenticity.  I only use Artist quality materials in the creation of my artwork – archival, quality paper for my watercolours, well prepared supports for my oil paintings and both are painted using artist pigments.

The artworks on gallery style stretched canvas, do not require framing and are ready to hang, however, a box frame on this style of canvas can dress the painting really well.

Most of the watercolours are unframed, most courier companies do not cover glass breakage and this can ruin an artwork, so the larger pieces are often safer left unframed for travel.

The piece will arrive cocooned in bubble wrap and packed within a sturdy cardboard container, sometimes recycled ( I like to recycle),  any glass will be taped to help prevent breakage, it may not be the prettiest on the outside but the contents will arrive safe and sound.

Steps To The Chapel

Lucinda Leveille

AUD$240
Size: 26w x 36h x .2d cms
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Indian Ink and Watercolour on St Cuthberts Mill 300 gsm watercolour paper

Unframed

 

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Additional Information

Steps To The Chapel by Lucinda Leveille – is a pen and wash ink piece on watercolour paper, unframed.

Pen and wash is quite an ‘old’ medium, in that it has been around for such a long time.  When I was at art school I did quite a few pen and ink/wash works and developed them after I left.  I didn’t really follow through the exploration of this gorgeous medium, so thought it was about time to revisit.  I will be producing a series of these pieces with stone ruins, steps and garden follies as the subject matter using the old fashioned dip pen and nib, paint brushes and some of the newer mediums that you can add to ink to make it perform in a more contemporary fashion!

If you love this piece but it doesn’t quite suit your space, I would be delighted to work with you to produce an artwork that will work for you and your home, I enjoy commissions and it’s always great to know that this is something uniquely yours.

As with all of my works, this is an original and a one of a kind, I do not make prints from any of my works.

The paintings are signed on the front with my name ‘Lucinda’ and come with a Certificate of Authenticity.  I only use Artist quality materials in the creation of my artwork – archival, quality paper for my watercolours, well prepared supports for my oil paintings and both are painted using artist pigments.

The artworks on gallery style stretched canvas, do not require framing and are ready to hang, however, a box frame on this style of canvas can dress the painting really well.

Most of the watercolours are unframed, most courier companies do not cover glass breakage and this can ruin an artwork, so the larger pieces are often safer left unframed for travel.

The piece will arrive cocooned in bubble wrap and packed within a sturdy cardboard container, sometimes recycled ( I like to recycle),  any glass will be taped to help prevent breakage, it may not be the prettiest on the outside but the contents will arrive safe and sound.

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