• Lascaux Dreams Full
  • Lascaux Dreams Close 2
  • Lascaux Dreams Close
  • Lascaux Dreams Close3
  • Lascaux Dreams Close4
  • Lascaux Dreams Insitu

Additional Information

Ancient and tribal art has alway a big influence for my work. I am fascinated by the way different cultures interpret stories through their art. This particular piece (as the title gives away) was inspired by the Lascaux cave paintings in France. I visited the cave many years ago and I still have a love and fascination of the primitive illustrations that still speak and tell a clear story.

Most of my art and design work involves patterns – 9 times out of 10 I have no plan of the pattern when I begin – I kind of just start and see where the pen or brush takes me. When I completed this painting I just didn’t feel it was complete without the subtle form of pattern drawn over the top.

I highly recommend this painting to be framed behind a mat board and frame to tidy up the rough edges of a well-worked piece and also to protect it so it will look this great for years to come.

I really hope you enjoy this piece, it’s a little different to my other work but I always create art that I love and that I feel rather than reproduce the same thing all the time.

MIXED MEDIA – Watercolour, gouache and pen on to premium drawing paper.

Lascaux Dreams

Helen Shadforth

AUD$300
Size: 54.5w x 37h cms
View in my room

or 4 fortnightly payments of AUD$75 with Afterpay More info

Mixed media on paper

Unframed

 

In stock

Add to Wishlist
Add to Wishlist
Sold By: Helen Shadforth

Love this  

7 day returns guaranteed
Free Shipping Returns and refunds

Additional Information

Ancient and tribal art has alway a big influence for my work. I am fascinated by the way different cultures interpret stories through their art. This particular piece (as the title gives away) was inspired by the Lascaux cave paintings in France. I visited the cave many years ago and I still have a love and fascination of the primitive illustrations that still speak and tell a clear story.

Most of my art and design work involves patterns – 9 times out of 10 I have no plan of the pattern when I begin – I kind of just start and see where the pen or brush takes me. When I completed this painting I just didn’t feel it was complete without the subtle form of pattern drawn over the top.

I highly recommend this painting to be framed behind a mat board and frame to tidy up the rough edges of a well-worked piece and also to protect it so it will look this great for years to come.

I really hope you enjoy this piece, it’s a little different to my other work but I always create art that I love and that I feel rather than reproduce the same thing all the time.

MIXED MEDIA – Watercolour, gouache and pen on to premium drawing paper.