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Cross at Angus - Cast Paper - Celtic Cross - Scottish Art - Irish art - Highlander - Pictish - Stone Cross - wall art

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Cross at Angus
This eight century stone cross is found at Aberlemno Church in Angus, Scotland.I is an example of early Pictish stone crosses with low relief and animal imagery.

This work is mounted on a painted canvass. The canvas dimensions are 12 x 16. A designer frame is included. No glass.

Pairs With Cross at Donegal
https://www.etsy.com/listing/109665240/cross-at-donegal-celtic-cross-cast-paper

Paper is the traditional 1st anniversary gift.
Each one of these works is Hand Made and Hand Painted by the artist.
These are not flat paintings!!! They are painted 3D castings!!!

Paper Casting
Paper casting is to me the perfect medium. It allows me use almost every skill set. A typical piece begins as a drawing or two. Then I sculpt it in wax. This is a long refining process and often the image sculpted is far different that the drawing. Then I build a dam around the wax and pour a rubber mold directly off the surface. A casting is made by pressing wet cotton pulp into the mold and extracting the water. Then I finish the surface.
While every piece that emerges from the mold is about the same, no two are really painted the same. Maybe I would if I could, but the painting process is always in flux. I am always experimenting with ways of mixing colors or washes and hard edge or new pigments. I spend about 75% of my time with the painted finishes.

Artistic Inspiration
When I see or dream a thing that moves me in that way I try to distill the essence of it and add it to my bag of tricks. I am something of a student of ancient art and particularly interested in Celtic history, but I am not interested in reproducing artifacts or furthering a traditional technique. There was an original impulse for man to do art in the first place. Images and objects that take us out of our day to day consciousness. A magic icon or at least a feeling that allowed the viewer to step out of the ordinary world of words and survival and allow a more ancient wisdom to arise. I am looking for that magic.
When I am working, it never really seems like I am alone. It’s a strange feeling like channeling a human need to create. Voices of the past seem to want pass along a vision or standard. But then again, perhaps I am alone too much. Anyway, I hope that some of these images speak to you and you can find your own magic....... Kevin Dyer
Cross at Angus
This eight century stone cross is found at Aberlemno Church in Angus, Scotland.I is an example of early Pictish stone crosses with low relief and animal imagery.

This work is mounted on a painted canvass. The canvas dimensions are 12 x 16. A designer frame is included. No glass.

Pairs With Cross at Donegal
https://www.etsy.com/listing/109665240/cross-at-donegal-celtic-cross-cast-paper

Paper is the traditional 1st anniversary gift.
Each one of these works is Hand Made and Hand Painted by the artist.
These are not flat paintings!!! They are painted 3D castings!!!

Paper Casting
Paper casting is to me the perfect medium. It allows me use almost every skill set. A typical piece begins as a drawing or two. Then I sculpt it in wax. This is a long refining process and often the image sculpted is far different that the drawing. Then I build a dam around the wax and pour a rubber mold directly off the surface. A casting is made by pressing wet cotton pulp into the mold and extracting the water. Then I finish the surface.
While every piece that emerges from the mold is about the same, no two are really painted the same. Maybe I would if I could, but the painting process is always in flux. I am always experimenting with ways of mixing colors or washes and hard edge or new pigments. I spend about 75% of my time with the painted finishes.

Artistic Inspiration
When I see or dream a thing that moves me in that way I try to distill the essence of it and add it to my bag of tricks. I am something of a student of ancient art and particularly interested in Celtic history, but I am not interested in reproducing artifacts or furthering a traditional technique. There was an original impulse for man to do art in the first place. Images and objects that take us out of our day to day consciousness. A magic icon or at least a feeling that allowed the viewer to step out of the ordinary world of words and survival and allow a more ancient wisdom to arise. I am looking for that magic.
When I am working, it never really seems like I am alone. It’s a strange feeling like channeling a human need to create. Voices of the past seem to want pass along a vision or standard. But then again, perhaps I am alone too much. Anyway, I hope that some of these images speak to you and you can find your own magic....... Kevin Dyer

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(180)
Reviewed by samsep88
5 out of 5 stars
Jun 20, 2018
I accidentally ordered the incorrect piece and Robert was responsive and helpful. He let me substitute out my original order for 2 of the same thing (which I REALLY appreciated).

Robert has an amazing online shop that is very user friendly. It was easy to order and it shipped almost immediately!

He packages his work very carefully and it arrived fully intact and ready to hang. We absolutely love your work!
Scottish Lion - Cast Paper - Celtic art - Scottish art - Scottish Gaelic - Scotland - Scottish clan - Emblem of Scotland - Scottish Heraldry

Reviewed by samsep88
5 out of 5 stars
Jun 20, 2018
I accidentally ordered the incorrect piece and Robert was responsive and helpful. He let me substitute out my original order for 2 of the same thing (which I REALLY appreciated).

Robert has an amazing online shop that is very user friendly. It was easy to order and it shipped almost immediately!

He packages his work very carefully and it arrived fully intact and ready to hang. We absolutely love your work!
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Reviewed by samsep88
5 out of 5 stars
Jun 20, 2018
Robert has an amazing online shop that is very user friendly. It was easy to order and it shipped almost immediately! He packages his work very carefully and it arrived fully intact and ready to hang. We absolutely love your work!
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I guarantee complete satisfaction on every piece. In the rare event that something is not satisfactory please contact me and I will exchange or refund. I can only refund to the original purchaser, I will only exchange items received as gifts.

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All Order is the continental U.S. placed by 12/17 should arrive in time for Christmas.
Each piece is hand made, hand-painted and there is a only 1 to 2 molds for each piece. These are not mass produced!! Please allow up to 7 days to ship, however in most cases items do ship in less than 3 days. If you need the item by a certain date please let me know and I will do everything I can to accommodate.

Cross at Angus - Cast Paper - Celtic Cross - Scottish Art - Irish art - Highlander - Pictish - Stone Cross - wall art

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  • Materials: Acrylic Paint, Cotton Hand made paper
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