Jul 132014
 
horse and rider

Artist: Alexandra Cook

Size: A4; approximately 21 x 30 cm

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equine drawinghorse and rider

Subject: the artwork depicts a female rider in camouflage (rebel, warrior, ranger, scout, patrol?) with a gun, riding a red horse, submerged in early morning autumn fog over a meadow. Double human and horse portrait. Original equine drawing. Open to your interpretation.

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You can buy prints and cards with this picture here.

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Jun 292014
 
canvas printed bookmarks

Darkness Renaissance Lady bookmarks with golden thread

A sad looking lady in a Renaissance costume and some random ancient cyrillic letters. The bookmarks are the same on both sides, handsewn with golden thread.

Size of the canvas bookmarks is about 8 x 1 inch (20 x 2.5 cm) each

These Renaissance Lady book marks are printed with Epson archival waterproof ink.

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bookmarks

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Jun 232014
 
framed

An original Desert Dunes original painting. Huge sand dunes, a few green trees, dry grass and a distant mountain range. Very loosely based on a random photo from a random book. If I remember correctly, the location is somewhere in Central Asia. Just a window in another world (warm and peaceful this time) somewhere far, far away…

The paper size is about 14.5 x 11 inches (37 x 28 cm). To the shop

dunes in pastel

desert trees

soft pastel

 

 

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Nov 092011
 
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 November 9, 2011  Posted by at 16:51 brown, Christmas, green, pattern, pine, pine cone No Responses »
Oct 302011
 
Elfins Face - an original fantasy pencil and ink pen drawing
 
 
Product Description
One of a kind drawing on paper. I used artists ink felt tip pens (including a gold one for eyes) and color pencils.

The paper is A4, the size of the drawing is about 23 x 14 cm (9 x 5.5 cm).

Inspiration/Story Behind This Product
I love inventing and imagining characters
Materials Used
paper, pencil, ink
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 October 30, 2011  Posted by at 09:54 brown, drawing, elf, elvish, face, fantasy, green, pen and ink, pencil, portrait No Responses »
Apr 132010
 

Elecampane (Inula Helenium) Flowers by Alexandra Cook
Elecampane (Inula Helenium) Flowers by Alexandra Cook

 An outdoor watercolor, ink pens and pencils painting of daisy-like yellow flowers of Elecampane, also called Horse-heal (Inula helenium) or Marchalan (in Welsh). Done on a sunny August day in my mother garden in Russia. If you look carefully you may notice a brown butterfly, sitting on one of the flowers. The size of the original painting is approximately 12 x 8.5 inches, on sale here: http://www.artfire.com/modules.php?name=Shop&op=listing&product_id=436259 

In the summer 2009 we had incredible amount of butterflies near Moscow. I’ve been watching them landing on theese lovely (although wild and invasive) flowers for hours.

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 April 13, 2010  Posted by at 08:51 brown, floral, flowers, green, my artworks, Russia, summer, yellow No Responses »
Apr 082010
 

We used to live near to this ancient village church in East Midlands. I painted this outdoors, in winter, standing by the local coop shop till a delivery lorry blocked my view. Just as well because then I realized how frozen I was! Soft pastel on pastel paper. The original artwork (about A3 in size) has been sold.

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