Artwork Description

This is the second in a series of studies of a child creating art. The perspective is from the worms eye view as the child works.
In this piece‚ the artwork is not representative of a child's art. The child is a metaphor for creative freedom‚ enabling the artist to free flow in the creative process - not "over think" the art.
This is a watercolour piece and is framed in a silver thin wood frame with white mount.
The mount has slight water damage from a recent exhibition where it was exposed to moisture. The painting and the frame are undamaged. The mount could be replacing very inexpensively.
I have reduced the artwork from the original price of $1400.

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Medium

Watercolour on canson paper

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Unframed (requires framing)

This artwork is unframed and requires framing.

Melissa Ritchie

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