I Tried to Be Scary
I Tried to Be Scary
I love to paint and draw foliage and I have always had a thing for drawing big cats too. I really enjoy to play with free flowing and 'moving' brush strokes and let the painting almost make itself. I feel the freedom creates a beauty of its own. Patterns play a big part in all of work - I love the aesthetic it adds to a piece.
Quirk has always been my thing too - I've never taken myself seriously :)
This tiger was originally meant to look fierce and scary but in the end he ended up with this goofy smile, which I'm really happy with. It's light-heartedness makes me happy. Hence the name - ' I Tried To Be Scary'
This painting looks so much better in the flesh! The vibrant colours are so rich against the violet-black background, it gives such a great pop.
'Tried to Be Scary' original is professionally framed in an elegant, black floating frame that really finishes the piece of beautifully.
Original & Reproduction Details
All of my paintings & reproductions come with a signed certificate of authentication.
Original - Acrylic on canvas 50cm x 50cm & Framed - SOLD OUT
Paper Prints - Archival Fine Art Paper
- Small 30 x 30cm - Actual artwork size 26 x 26cm
- Medium 46 x 46cm - Actual artwork size 42 x 42cm
- Large 76 x 76cm - Actual artwork size 72 x 72cm
Stretched Canvas Prints - Unframed gallery-quality reproduction
- Small 51 x 51cm
- Medium 91.4 x 91.4cm
- Large 140 x 140cm
All prints are made to order, so please allow 14-21 days to receive your print.
All paper prints are printed onto premium quality Archival Fine Art Paper and maintain the integrity and beauty of the original painted piece.
All stretched canvases use high quality 100% cotton canvas printed with archival pigment inks and finished with 4 coats of art varnish and stretch framed using quality kiln dried plantation pine stretcher bar including hanger & fittings with brown framers tape, and felt bumpons on the back.
Your print will come numbered and signed in pencil.
Please select your size carefully, as refunds cannot be given due to the custom nature of the printing process.