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Debbie Chatfield

A Laburnum Framed Bandstand - Original

A Laburnum Framed Bandstand - Original

Nature Framed Collection

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Laburnum another beautiful 💛 yellow especially when your standing in the middle of a Laburnum archway with dappled sun reaching you through the petals and green leaves. A row of alliums lines the walkway 💜 and a slight breeze creates a gentle movement, a swishing noise that doesn't detract from the birds or sound of Summer insects.

And through the sides there are views of the garden. On the one side you can see the pots, all lined up ready for planting, the greenhouse is a site in itself but your drawn to the left... the view is of the bandstand, through the Alliums, there is even Rapeseed in the distant field mirroring the yellow. And in that moment your entranced surrounded by flowers, dappled in yellow, with purple at your feet...

This I had to paint and here is my interpretation of that view 💛💜💛 I hope you like it 😊

Art Materials

Acrylic on Canvas

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24" x 24" (Unframed)

Care Instructions

The simplest way to clean up an oil or acrylic painting on canvas is to use a white cotton cloth soaked in a gentle soapy water; olive oil–based soap works wonders. You’ll be surprised to see how much grime comes off. Be gentle with paintings with thick impasto, as you do not want to break hardened paint. You might want to use Q-tips and work gently in crevasses.

If the painting still looks grimy, it’s better to see an art restorer that would use a stronger art cleaning product and may reapply pigment colors where need be. It’s surprising how a restored painting can show its true colors just by taking away the accumulation of cigarette or fireplace smoke. If your oil painting shows paint flaking off, it is better to leave the cleaning and restoration to an art restorer.

Many times canvases have become loosened on the stretcher bars. A simple method to retighten the canvas is to spray water on the back of the canvas and leave the piece to dry in the sun for a couple of hours. Canvases are made of fabric, and with time the weave has become loose. This process is safe and will not damage the painting itself.

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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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