Flower markets are signature subject matter for Clark Hulings—the Place des Ternes was a favorite spot, located between Paris’ 8th and 17th arrondissements, and it crops up many times in his work.
We love that the colors in this 1995 painting are incredibly vibrant: they’re high-contrast and set off against the dark accents of a rainy day.
You can read more about this paintings and Clark's other works at clarkhulings.com/blog.
End of year print sale just in time for xmas!
Free shipping (Australia) if purchased before 23rd December.
Avem De Bello c 2018
Limited Edition Giclee (20)
310 GSM William Turner
Signed and numbered
Image Size 30 x 40 cm
Paper Size 36 x 47 cm
URL in my profile
Friends, artists, photographers... look me up if you have work you want to have photographed or scanned and reproduced as high quality archival giclee prints. Throw around some personalized gifts for the holidays. Message me or visit me at work. #onthewallgallery#artreproduction#giclee#digitalprinting
It’s beginning to look a lot like KRAMPUS! My take on a Krampus Kristmas scene! I hand sculpted the figure and had a blast making some terrain!! Different type of work from me and so much fun! Releasing this Thursday December 13th with @ille.gallery and @latentprintshop . 24”x 16” giclée print signed and numbered (edition of 24).
I’ve always been fascinated by the great white shark. I was born and raised on the part of the New Jersey coast that inspired the story “JAWS”. The movie depicted white sharks as mindless killing machines with humans at the top of the menu... we could not have been more wrong. ~
My latest series “Coexist” brings to light the delicate relationship between human beings, and the apex predators of the sea. Maybe a baby white shark wearing water wings will help people see them in a different light.
This limited edition prints is available now exclusively at brymillerart.com (link in my bio)