Water’s Edge – Watercolor batik painting for sale
Water’s Edge – Watercolor Batik painting is an original watercolor on rice paper painting of a very old cedar tree growing on the edge of Meenans Cove in Quispamsis New Brunswick, painted by Krista Hasson.
This original piece of fine art was painted by Krista Hasson. Only professional artist’s grade paints and supplies are used creating, a quality piece of artwork. Therefore you will be able to enjoy this “Water’s Edge” – Watercolor Batik painting for years to come.
My Watercolor Batiks are painted on rice paper, the rice paper is thin and translucent. It pairs with the qualities of the transparent watercolor perfectly, allowing the light to glow from within. I love the balance of the fragility of the rice paper mixed with the strong color and texture that is created during my process. I find it very exciting.
To see other available watercolor batik paintings for sale please go back to my watercolor batik page.
If you see something you like and it is already sold, I can base a similar painting on the sold work. I do not copy compositions as all of my paintings are one of a kind originals Please feel free to contact me to discuss a custom work of art.
- I use Canada Post for shipping my work
- Artwork is shipped 3-4 business days after payment has cleared
- Painting is rolled and secured in a mailing tube
- Shipping confirmation email will be sent. Tracking number as well for Canadian addresses
- Signature will be required upon delivery
If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Satisfaction Guaranteed on all paintings. Please contact me should you encounter any problems. I want you to be happy with your purchase; you can return the painting in original condition within 14 days of receiving it. Payment will be refunded excluding shipping fees.
Copyright and all reproduction rights remain with artist ©2016 Krista Hasson
* Please note all computer monitors display color differently, so paintings may differ slightly in color from the image you see on the screen.