Port Waikato Road Scene 1: NZ Landscape Painting
A medium 15″ x 30″ (380 mm x 760mm) Acrylic Painting on Canvas 1.45″ wide (37 mm)
Finished beautifully front and back. Signed on the front with my signature in gold pen.
Protected with a matt sealant to protect against uv light to stop fading.
This piece is hand painted on box canvas. This painting has many acrylic layers that build up the colours and depth.
This comes ready to hang and shipped in safe packaging. This painting was completed in 2014. The watermark logo seen in the image is to prevent the image being used without permission.
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Port Waikato Road Scene 1: NZ Landscape Painting. An Acrylic painting of the drive out to Port Waikato painted by Kirsten McIntosh
Port Waikato Road Scene 1: NZ Landscape Painting came about when I entered an Art Exhibition/Competition with Franklin Art Festival. It was a festival that I wanted to be apart of as it had a good reputation. So my next mission was to obtain scenes from around that area and as I am drawn to the sea, I thought “lets head to Port Waikato!”
On the drive to Port Waikato it is like another world – real kiwiana. I was intriqued by the roadside shacks and the ruggedness of the area. Whilst driving by I was struck by this gorgeous palm and I thought the whole scene was really cool. In particular the weathered paint on the house and the lovely wild windswept grasses in the forefront.
My sons James and Daniel’s primary school quite often heads to school camps at Port Waikato so I often head out that way and pass by this scene.
As a rule I always want my works to look consistent. Hence only six or seven colours are used in my paintings. I am trying to achieve harmony within the painting and my whole landscape series.
Prints of this artwork are available on request through my contact page.
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|Dimensions||15 × 1.45 × 30 in|