Queen Of Sheba by Nola Baddeley

Features

ARTIST NOTES: Acrylic on canvas, ready to hang. Signed certificate of authenticity. This artwork comes with an external frame The Queen of Sheba is a romantic figure first mentioned in the Hebrew bible. In the original story she brings a caravan of gifts for the Israelite King Solomon. This work is inspired by the prestige, beauty and opulence of Afro- Asiatic lineages. Vibrant ethnic headwraps and jewellery unleash the female inner royal essence.

DIMENSIONS (Height - 63.00 cm X Width - 43.00 cm )
MEDIUM ON BASE Acrylic on Stretched Canvas
GENRE Humanity
REGISTERED NRN # 000-38448-0199-01
COPYRIGHT © Nola Baddeley
PRIZES AND AWARDS No Awards

 

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Artist: Nola Baddeley



ARTIST BIO

Nola has been an artist an has had a love of painting since her formative years. Although having had formal training, her process is still evolving through the experimentation in various mediums and subject matter.

The human experience,  flora and romance, capture her imagination.

She is inspired by the Impressionists and their use of colour and light, but also admires contemporary artists such a Canadian, Bobbie Burgers and Russian Impressionists, Mstislav Pavlav and Ivan Stravinsky.

Her paintings range from bright contemporary, minimalist themes to heavily  textured floral pieces.

This award winning artist has exhibited, and sold  in several art shows in both  Perth and Melbourne(including in the prestigious CAMBERWELL ART SHOW)