My portfolio is divided up into different sections depending upon the medium I have used. However, I have set the series of pictures that were exhibited at the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) botanical art shows into a separate section although they were done in different mediums.
- Watercolour on archival hot-pressed paper.
- Colour pencil on archival hot-pressed paper
- Watercolour on vellum
- Black and White – pen and ink
- RHS exhibits
- Mixed media
To get the most out of these pages, click on a picture in the category you want to view and you can sideways scroll between the images. When in the sideway scrolling mode there is an ‘i’ which gives information about the plant, or why I painted it. In addition is listed:
- Price – although incomplete due to change in currency.
- Size in cm.
- Availability of prints
Please get in touch via the contact page if you would like to buy either an original artwork or an archival print.
Prints that are available are personally signed archival giclée prints. Giclée just means that the type of printing is fine art digital prints made on inkjet printers. But the ink jet is high resolution (very fine) and the ink used is archival pigment ink. Colour pigments are used for the original artwork, be it watercolour or colour pencil.
The price of each print varies according to size and the number in the edition.
Copyright remains with the artist for all pictures displayed. ©Gaynor Dickeson