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Small format original acrylic still life painting of a cluster of grapes, food themed art home decor by Massachusetts artist Debbie Shirley

Title: Wandering Vine
Size: 4x4 inches
Medium: acrylic on gessobord panel

Imagine this lovely little piece matted and framed to hang in a kitchen or dining room!

Luscious grapes, a wandering little vine - all dramatically lit - I love to find inspiration in the things we see every day, but tend to overlook.

I painted this small format still life with professional grade acrylic paint on 4x4 inch environmentally friendly gessobord panel. It has been lightly varnished and is signed and dated on the back. It ships unframed.

Small Format Art is an affordable way to start or add to a collection of original art. This painting on board is a versatile size that can be displayed as is on a shelf, picture ledge or mini easel. Being a flat piece, it could fit in a standard frame or also be easliy matted and framed to a larger size. Small pieces also look great hung in groupings.

All image and reproduction rights ©2012-14 Debbie Shirley and remain with the artist

Please contact me with any questions!


To see more of my still life paintings:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/ShirleyArt?section_id=7689124

Or to return to my main shop page:
http://www.ShirleyArt.etsy.com

Acrylic Painting Grape Still Life - Original Small Painting - Food Art for Kitchen Decor, Home Decor


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: professional grade acrylic paint, uv varnish, gessobord panel
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 74 reviews
  • Favorited by: 105 people