“Cruisin’ through Cleveland” epitomises the haunts and happenings in Cleveland, Queensland (part of the Redland City Council).
Please enjoy the story of this painting... "The driving tour of Cleveland takes place in a vintage Holden from the annual GreazeFest Festival. We cruise past the iconic lighthouse at Cleveland Point, enjoying the view over the water towards Peel Island. Leaving this area behind we rumble through the historical Moreton Bay figs outside the former Cleveland Police Station (now RSL Memorial Hall) and head towards the poinciana trees in Bloomfield Street. We finish our tour under the shelters at the Raby Bay Harbour Park and admire the boats in Raby Bay."
This artwork is a one-off original by me! It was created with love and lots of energy for the wonderful person who wants this vibrant artwork for a special room in their home or office.
One last thing...
The placement of the painting in the interior image may not be 100% to scale, but it does look amazing doesn’t it!
About the paintings quality:
The canvas is artist grade gallery cotton with the following:
Canvas Weight 380gsm - 100% Cotton Canvas
3 coats of Titanium White Acrylic Primed Gesso
New Zealand Pine Kiln Dried Stretcher Bars 35mm deep
Gallery stretched for painting on the canvas edge
Double stapled on the back of the stretcher
The paint I use is also artist quality and the artwork is protected with 2 coats of Liquidex High Gloss Varnish. Ships ready to hang on your wall with hanging wire.
Artwork comes with a signed Certificate of Authenticity direct from the artist.
Cruisin’ through Cleveland
Acrylic and mediums on quality canvas finished with a high gloss varnish