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Second Valley

Description : Watercolour on paper Signed on the front. This artwork comes with an external frame. Second Valley is a peaceful seaside town situated on the Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia. I captured the reference photo for the Second Valley watercolour painting while standing on the path above the rocks facing the jetty. This painting highlights the pastel colours in the the water created by the rocks and seaweed and displays the unique character of the location where I spent many childhood holidays.

DIMENSIONS : ( Width - 64.00 cm x Height - 52.00 cm )

Medium on Base : Watercolour on Paper

Genre : Seascape

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Copyright : © Christine Davis

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Framed: $390.00
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                                       CHRISTINE DAVIS ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Christine began to pursue her passion for creating art by participating in mixed media and drawing classes at the Victorian Artist Society in Melbourne.  During this time, she created many watercolor paintings and several drawings which were shown in exhibitions.   She later enrolled for the diploma of Visual Arts at Victoria University where she was introduced to painting in oils and printmaking.  Christine and her family moved to Adelaide in 2020 where she transferred her art study to the Adelaide College of the Arts and  completed the diploma of Visual Arts. She is now participating in  art classes at Splashout Studios and occasional workshops at the Adelaide Art Society to continue to extend her skills. Christine is developing her own unique style of fine art using oils, watercolour, and pencils and recently purchased a printing press so is adding prints to her work.  She now exhibits her artworks in various exhibitions in  Adelaide.   Christine's art is her way of revealing the beauty around us. ‘Your artwork has made me think about landscapes differently’ quote from the viewer.