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Debbie Chatfield

Aerial View on the Round House Garden - Original

Aerial View on the Round House Garden - Original

Nature Framed Collection

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Birds Eye View on the Round House Garden was inspired by a drone shot directly above a local formal garden in Staffordshire. We took the photo one Summer's day, I was fascinated to see the garden from a different view, so I painted it using a different medium to the others in the Nature Framed Collection. It is the odd one out, the subject was the same but the view so different. I wanted to paint this as soon as I saw Steve's photo, my vision was using lots of different colours. It is painted with alcohol ink and resin so a very glossy finish. I hope you like it.

Note the round house at the top of the painting is the one found in Sunset on the Round House also a part of this collection.

Thanks @steve_grimes_photography for the original photo and use of the drone.

Art Materials

Alcohol Ink on Wood Panel Coated with Resin

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610mm x 610mm (Unframed)

Care Instructions

This is a resin surface so is quite hardy but it can scratch. It is also a very heavy piece of art so care must be taken to ensure you have a hook that will hold the weight.

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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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