Copy of Wet Pebbles #7

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Pebbles 6 small copy.jpeg
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Moulding Profile.jpg
Frame Moulding Width 64mm Depth 41mm Rebate Depth 17.7mm Profile Scoop Wood Type Ayous.jpg

Copy of Wet Pebbles #7

450.00

An original Pencil Drawing depicting wet pebbles - the pebbles in question are from the beach closest to my gallery in St. Ives - whilst we have a large number of sandy beaches, the closest is a pebble beach that is popular with a local artist who stacks the stones and pebbles to form incredible balancing sculpture - this gave me the inspiration to draw some of these highly polished pebbles and in this case very wet pebbles :)

The drawing measures 40cm x 30cm - and took 30 hours to complete.
This drawing comes framed.

Frames

The Frames are provided by Brampton Framing in Derbyshire and come from their 'Urban' Range.

Width: 64mm, Depth: 41mm, Rebate Depth: 17.7mm, Profile: Scoop, Wood Type: Ayous

Following a 20 year Hiatus Paul picked up his pencils again and started drawing back in 2012. Turning professional in 2016 Paul has won accolades across the globe, initially exhibiting and selling work in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Singapore and Thailand he now resides in the centre for contemporary British Art and the Tate Modern Gallery, St. Ives, cornwall. 
From his open studio and commercial gallery in the town he spends hours, weeks and months drawing incredibly detailed images inspired by the plethora of artists and art in the local area.
His work is on permanent display in the www.stowe.gallery in St. Ives and with individual and corporate collections across the world. 

*Images showing the drawing in a frame and in various room settings are for illustration purposes only.Original Pencil drawing by Paul Stowe

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