Blue Hummingbird painted in watercolour and pen on a piece of handmade Khadi paper approximately 10.5x15cms.
Khadi paper is traditionally made by hand and dried in the sun in India.
One only part of a collection of miniatures by artist Morgan Fitzsimons an international wild life and fantasy artist.
This Go Wild Collection was created to promote planet awareness and the beauty of our endangered natural environment. It is is the basis for creativity
It includes the Go Wild Imagine Collection, showing my basis of creative inspiration extends from nature into the realms of my fantasy characters and stories, colouring my dreams from which come all things new.
Each subject is different and the paper is different, both created by hand. The paintings are made with brush and pen, watercolour and gouache, the papers gathered from people in different parts of the world preserving the old ways of making paper with as little damage to the environment as possible.
All rights retained by the artist. No rights are transferred with this purchase
The image can be mounted on a background paper to show the deckle edge, to fit a standard frame size to stand on a desk or hang on a wall in a group or you can collect in a post card collecting book or in a special journal you create yourself. It can make a special gift for someone who loves nature or fantasy art.
It is painted on paper from Etsy seller WanderersWay. This paper is good for watercolour and pen work.
Due to this being a one of a kind painting there is no return or exchange.
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Nora Morgan Fitzsimons BA (Hons) International Artist/Author, Retired Head of Special Needs
Experience spanning 60 years plus variety of extra courses, from Aston University to the most recent in 2017/8 at Allia Futura Business Centre. Variety of Community involvement including youth clubs, theatrical productions, Professional involvement from Curriculum Development and Special needs in Shropshire, Head of Special Needs Peterborough, MD of Colour- Craft, Past Chair of African Child and Paston Area Development Trust, Currently International Artist, Author, Designer, Deputy Chief Executive Compas Charity. Director of new project Carers Without Borders, Founder of Grassroots ETC, and Creativity Matters Uses her art to engage others through workshops and creation of practical aids, creating aids to suit identified particular needs. Her driving force through many tragedies has been her creativity and is the driving force behind these projects with help and inspiration from talented family members