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Mesmerised by Rose Basile

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ARTIST NOTES: This pidgeon is mesmerised by the orange banksia!
Professional high grade artists colours and sealant varnish used to protect artwork.
Framed in Australian Natural Oak with D rings attached and ready to hang.
Signed Certificate of Authenticity and painting is signed on front and back.

DIMENSIONS (Height - 33.00 cm X Width - 33.00 cm )
MEDIUM ON BASE Mixed Media on Canvas
GENRE Still Life
REGISTERED NRN # 000-44936-0146-01
COPYRIGHT © Rose Basile


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Artist: Rose Basile


Although I don’t have any formal art education, I have completed in-depth Fine Art studies over a 4 year period under the guidance of American/English Artist, Barry John Raybould, at his groundbreaking Virtual Art Academy, inspired by the illustrious Beaux Academy in France. Additionally, I have continued my artistic journey through courses both in person and online over the past decade and continue to do so. In my art (and in life generally) I like to challenge myself always, so trying new methods of expression, I believe (at least for myself) is a necessity for growth as an Artist.

My artworks have been exhibited across venues including Hunters Hill Art Prize, the Ravenswood Art Prize, Drummoyne and Parramatta Art Societies in New South Wales. I have also exhibited with Aspire Gallery in Queensland and Brunswick Street Gallery in Victoria.

I have my Art on permanent solo Exhibition at a restaurant within a Resort, NSW and have sold many of my Artworks there.

I try to capture, via intuitive emotions, my feelings on canvas and turn them into evocative art. Whether it’s a floral arrangement, a landscape, seascape or an abstract exploration, I hope they will resonate with you.

*My art is multi layered and I spend a great deal of time on each piece. Please buy art because you love the painting, no matter the artist. I believe that well executed fine art will increase in value over time.