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The Queensferry Crossing, a bridge to the future

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The spectacular Queensferry Crossing over The Forth near Edinburgh is an experience not to be missed and the sight has inspired me to paint its 'portrait' and publish prints and cards, see: harleymiller.com/queensferrycrossing.html


The original painting is being auctioned on line 
see: https://www.32auctions.com/organizations/34706/auctions/42021/auction_items/1076115

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About Artist

Harley Miller

I am print publisher and artist producing commissioned paintings for the Scottish commercial sectors, and I also mentor visual artists in how to make a proper living from their art, see https://issuu.com/harleymiller/docs/a_proper_living_from_your_art_31011

More Paintings
Subjugate Painting
Painting: Oil on Canvas. Hands are significant in dislocating the connection an audience would normally encounter with a traditional portrait.
The painting seeks to allow an audience to create their own narrative to the male and female subjects. What is happening? Why cover the eyes and mouth? What are their functions? I would hope the questions lead to other questions to create a scene or moment for the viewer.
This painting used Old Holland and Michael Harding professional oil paints. The ground is 10oz acrylic primed canvas with responsibly sourced 4.4cm deep stretcher bars.
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                         Sculpture: Cross Stitch, Embroidery, Cross Stitch eggs and Textile on Soft (Yarn, Cotton, Fabric).

1 of 13 already sold.

Embroidered with this quirky take on the traditional cross stitch sentiment "Home Sweet Home", this hand drilled & hand stitched organic duck egg, is sure to accent any home interior.

Created as a limited edition of 13 individual pieces, each egg is signed and numbered by Phil Davison and comes complete with its own glass display dome and stand, which is wax sealed on the underside for authenticity.

Keywords: handmade art, cross stitch, HOME SWEET HOME, Phil Davison Art, Embroidered Egg, Cross Stitched Eggs, Duck Eggs                     

Fishhaed

Drawing: Ink on Cardboard and Paper.

Drawing with ink and painting with acrylic on a collage of old sheets of encyclopedia "Meyers Konversationslexikon" from 1890 on cardboard,
with passe-partout-card 60 x 50 cm (23,62 x 19,69 inch)

Keywords: pirate, sailor, sea, blue, bluejacket, fish, head, deck-hand, fishhaed, seaman, jack, ocean