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Debbie Chatfield

Reflections in the Obelisk - Print

Reflections in the Obelisk - Print

Reflections Collection

Regular price £97.00 GBP
Regular price £150.00 GBP Sale price £97.00 GBP
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This obelisk caught my eye because of the way it mirrors the natural world.  The reflections are amazing in themselves but it was also the mirrored shape of the house.

Simple but so effective like many of life's moments.

Art Materials

This fine art open edition print is produced on a Giclée Art Printer by 'The Artists Print Room'.

The paper used is Canson Infinity Aquarelle Rag 310 gsm which is of the finest archival quality.

Your print will be shipped in a protective tube hence does not include a mount.

Shipping & Returns

Your artwork is carefully printed, rolled and packaged in a tube, this is done on an individual basis.

Please allow 14 days delivery time to enable time for this process. You will receive an order confirmation immediately and an update with an expected delivery time on shipping.

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My customers are important to me and I want you to feel you can Shop with Confidence so I operate Hassle-Free Returns. See my Refund Policy for more details.


This print is available in three sizes:

14" x 18"

19" by 24"

24" x 30"

Care Instructions

Your print will arrive carefully rolled in a tube for shipping. It is advisable to lay the print out for a few hours prior to framing to enable it to naturally flatten.

Framing under glass helps to protect prints on paper from dust and fading through sunlight, so this is the recommended way of displaying them.

Please note that monitor colours differ so there may be a slight variation in colour from your screen.

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Nature Framed Collection in Art Gallery

My inspiration behind Nature Framed and Reflections

I always look for the windows that occur when I'm out and about, sometimes it's nature itself that frames.. An oak overseeing a Rapeseed field, an Avenue formed over a lane or tree leaves framing a scene beyond.

Sometimes it is our landscaping that frames and then nature curls it's way back in and frames again, the Laburnum on an arch frames the bandstand from a distance.

Reflections can be seen both in water naturally or man-made mirrors or reflective surfaces.

It's all about seeing things from a different viewpoint.

And capturing the moment as nature with her seasons is always transient... I love that the more you see, the more you see!

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