Doris | Original Artwork

Jules Lawson

$255.00
Regular price $255.00

Watercolour on canvas, Doris the earring wearing emu should be a national treasure but Doris doesn't mind as long as she can find her pretty blue baubles she's happy to forage around for seeds and insects minding her own business.

30 x 30 cm artwork on canvas, ready to hang.
A bit about the artists - Jules Lawson

Following a passion for drawing since an early age, Jules undertook a visual arts diploma at Northbridge School of Arts, Australia in 2005.

Her work has been exhibited locally and regionally around NSW, Australia since 2002, with gallery representation on the Northern Beaches, Sydney, specialising in marine art, which has led to many commissions.

Moving to Singapore in 2006 inspired Jules to try alternative art techniques and subject matter, culminating in a change into oil and acrylic mediums, with the use of more vibrant and bold colours as a reflection of the Asian environment.

Following two successful Singapore exhibitions in 2007 and 2009, Jules has continued to work in a variety of mediums producing works influenced by the cultural frame, everyday life images and the surrounding environment.

With a passion for watercolours she has developed her own pen and wash style, to depict snapshots of life which are powerful in their simplicity. With serene mark making and gentle hints of colour Jules creates a fine balance of tranquility and personality. Her works show a perfect moment in time, a glimpse of something greater, a single frame of an untold story. They exude a vibrant stillness which captures the imagination of the onlooker.

Watercolour on canvas, Doris the earring wearing emu should be a national treasure but Doris doesn't mind as long as she can find her pretty blue baubles she's happy to forage around for seeds and insects minding her own business.

30 x 30 cm artwork on canvas, ready to hang.
A bit about the artists - Jules Lawson

Following a passion for drawing since an early age, Jules undertook a visual arts diploma at Northbridge School of Arts, Australia in 2005.

Her work has been exhibited locally and regionally around NSW, Australia since 2002, with gallery representation on the Northern Beaches, Sydney, specialising in marine art, which has led to many commissions.

Moving to Singapore in 2006 inspired Jules to try alternative art techniques and subject matter, culminating in a change into oil and acrylic mediums, with the use of more vibrant and bold colours as a reflection of the Asian environment.

Following two successful Singapore exhibitions in 2007 and 2009, Jules has continued to work in a variety of mediums producing works influenced by the cultural frame, everyday life images and the surrounding environment.

With a passion for watercolours she has developed her own pen and wash style, to depict snapshots of life which are powerful in their simplicity. With serene mark making and gentle hints of colour Jules creates a fine balance of tranquility and personality. Her works show a perfect moment in time, a glimpse of something greater, a single frame of an untold story. They exude a vibrant stillness which captures the imagination of the onlooker.