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Oil on Board
W: 400mm x H: 300mm x D: 2mm
W: 16" x H: 12" x D:
Approx. Weight: 1.9kg
This work is
framed (but can be supplied either framed or unframed)
About "Arum Lily"
Arum lilies abound in the Western Cape. One sees them growing everywhere. I love painting them. Here I have painted a single arum lily.
The canvas board is set in a 4.5 cm frame with a 4mm space around the canvas board.
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Annette Solomon was born in the Western Cape. She spent 30 years in Gauteng where she started painting. She obtained certificates from both the Millard School of Art and Rika de Klerk Art Studio, after successfully completing various art courses.
In Johannesburg she took part in a number of group exhibitions and her works were on display and sold at Fine Arts and Framing and Go-Ra Art Gallery in Johannesburg.
Annette moved to Vermont in 2004, where she attended classes at the Station Gallery. She also studied at the Shelley Adams Art Centre in Hermanus.
She works in oil paint and/or acrylics and concentrates mainly on flower studies, although she enjoys painting landscapes.
She has recently started painting abstract works, which have proved to be very popular with art buyers.
Annette enjoys doing collages..... thinking,dreaming and studying her subject matter which varies from soldiers to needlework.
She was a member and chairperson of the Vermont Art Circle and has successfully taken part in a number of group exhibitions with the other members. The Vermont Art Circle changed its name to the Hermanus Art Circle in 2013.
Her more recent works are on display at Bellini's Art Gallery in Village Square,Hermanus, and at Hermanus Interiors, 157 Main Road, Hermanus.
Annette will gladly undertake commissions.
Bellini's Art Gallery, Village Square, Hermanus
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