Artist: Alexandra Cook
Size: A4; approximately 21 x 30 cm
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.
You can buy prints and cards with this picture here.
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.
Three Granny Smith green apples. Combination of photography, digital art and drawing. Size is about 6.5 x 5.5 inches(17 x 14 cm). Printed on A4 card with Epson archival (light-fast and waterproof) ink.
Various prints from this 3 green apples artwork are available here.
Price: £ 12.00
The idea to have an Art and Craft shop first appeared in my head while walking among blue lupins of Texas at 1999 LPSC spring gathering. So I am very happy to have an independent little “hippie / gypsy” shop of my own and I hope I could stay here for a while. This also will be my art studio.
I’ve already had quite a number of people I know (and I don’t know) saying that they liked the way the shop turned out, which is encouraging. I’ve spent ages figuring out exact shades of the wall paint but then I’ve found out that the type of paint which sticks to the slat wall can’t be mixed in the decorating shop so I had to improvise adding my oil paint to the base color I’ve found.
The shop supposed to be weird, bohemian and wonderful which should go well with punk clothing and an artistic hairdresser moving next door soon. It is for people living creative lives and preferring to decorate their lives with one of a kind stuff.
The shop address is Unit 12 Ladywell Newtown, Powys SY16 1AF.
Open (at least) on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10 am till 4 pm.
When East and West, North and South embraced each other, when prints became produced and sold on global scale, when the way we see the world became firmly affected by photography… 1890s-1950s. Beautiful postery style, both decorative and realistic, traditional and modern, Oriental and European reigned. Areas of flat color, bold composition and outlines are very typical for this period.
Russian Ballet Programme
Portrait of Miss Elizabeth Keith by Ito Shinsui, 1922
A Gate at the Stupa of Sanchi by Hiroshi Yoshida. 1932
‘Lanterns’ (1906) by American artist Bertha Lum (1869-1954)
Carl Moser “Strickende Frau mit Booten” 1926
Air Show (Red Arrows)
by Alexandra Cook Aka Linandara
Throw Pillow / Cover (16″ x 16″)
Throw Pillow Cover made from 100% spun polyester poplin fabric, a stylish statement that will liven up any room. Individually cut and sewn by hand, the pillow cover measures 16″ x 16″, features a double-sided print and is finished with a concealed zipper for ease of care. Does not include pillow insert.
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