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All work : Chris Bourne [Biography]

'Home To Roost'

Mixed Media on Canvas

'Wildrose'

Mixed Media on Canvas

As the Sun Goes Down

Mixed Media on Canvas

Cherry Woods~

Mixed Media on Canvas

Crunch Under Foot~

Mixed Media on Canvas

Dalston Forest~

Mixed Media on Canvas

Evening Light

Mixed Media on Canvas

Garlic Seasoning~

Mixed Media on Canvas

Morning Walk~

Mixed Media on Canvas

Peace~

Mixed Media on Canvas

Salcey Wood~

Mixed Media on Canvas

Winter Closing In~

Mixed Media on Canvas

Winter Sunset

Mixed Media on Canvas

'Gorse'

Mixed Media on Canvas

'Toward's Timble Wood'

Mixed Media on Canvas

The Scent Of Spring~

Mixed Media on Canvas

Bluebell Path~

Mixed Media on Canvas

Forest Whispers~

Mixed Media on Canvas

Reserved

Tamper Wood~

Mixed Media on Canvas

Sold, but please enquire about similar works

'Forest Of Dean'

Mixed Media on Canvas

Sold, but please enquire about similar works

Silver Birch Pathway

Mixed Media on Canvas

Chris Bourne

Chris Bourne

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Born and raised in the Oxfordshire countryside, Chris Bourne had a deep affection and respect for nature from a young age. Following a degree from Berkshire College of Art,Chris went on to work as an Art Director in London for over a decade.
Yearning to return to the great outdoors, Chris relocated to Surrey in recent years where he resumed work as a full time artist. He now spends much of his time rambling amongst the hills, always accompanied by his sketchbook. Criss- crossing the local footpaths and strolling through the fields, the artist uses his expeditions to record light and colour, his studies forming the bones of his intricate paintings.
Chriss images are executed with many layers of colour, his pointillist dotwork reminiscent of the Impressionists use of paint. His dream- like paintings have been praised by many for their exceptional ability to capture a timeless innocence, conveying the peace and tranquility of the English countryside.

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