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This painting is a very early work of mine created in soft pastel on umber pastel paper. The base colour enriched the entire painting and it was featured in `Pastel International` art magazine in 2001. The title can appear misleading, but is in relation to the subject being an `ordinary` bakery as opposed to an `important` civic building or palace. I love the way that this ordinary building is `transformed` by dazzling light.This reminds me of how the 'light' or 'hope' of the Gospel of Christ transforms ordinary lives, making them extraordinary! 


Matte-Board Border Colour
  • Canvas Gicee: 16 Archival Inks spray printed on canvas with a layer of varnish. Colours are rich and vibrant. This print will not fade. [These prints come with a Certificate of Auhenticity and are hand signed by the artist]


    Paper Lithograph: 3 Colours printed on paper via specially prepared block (uaually stone). Colours are not as vibrant. Avoid putting image anywhere that will be affected by sunlight.

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