Original oil painting by Clare Buchta.
"This painting came about from a trip to the Vale of Evesham in search of apple blossom. The combination of gentle hills, sheep, blossom and fresh leaf growth on the trees inspire the colours and shapes in this painting in oils.
"I often take day trips and breaks in the UK to walk and sketch and paint the wonderful scenery.. My local area around Berkshire and Oxfordshire and the coast and countryside of the UK are my inspiration.My sketches are done in watercolour and ink which are then worked up into a paining in oils in my studio."
Supplied framed under glass. With a white mount surround and framed in a white grained wood frame. The image size is approximately 36 x 56cm and the outer frame measures 56 x 76cm.
About Clare Buchta
Clare enjoys creating original painting and printing methods to express her view of the natural world. Monoprinting and oil painting using her own special techniques produces original land and seascapes in an individual style.
Printmaking has always been a strong favourite particularly monoprinting which creates unusual textures and marks not possible in any other painting method and well suited to the landscapes and seascapes that she likes to portray.
Oil paintings using a specially created technique is another method used to create land and seascapes This style can sometimes be realistic or be semi abstract but retains the recognisable structures of landscape and coast.
Clare has exhibited regularly at Obsidian Art, as well as in London, Reading, Henley ,Wokingham and Woodley. Her work is in collections in the UK and abroad. Clare is an exhibiting member of Reading Guild of Artists and a member of Wokingham Art Society and Woodley and Early Arts Group