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R101.00   10 Apr 14:37   drdr (497 Rating score between 100 and 499)

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SA Artist Bridgette Allan

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Artist : Bridgette Allan

Medium : Acrylic on canvas , unframed

painting sealed with varnish for protection

Painting size : 570mm x 420mm 

this painting will be shipped in a tube via the SAPO

 

Below an example ONLY of the painting framed



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for more information on the artist visit bridgetteallan.net

please note , there are no contact details on the website !

 

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About the Artist

 As a child , Bridgette spent a number of years in Paris, France. Her parents used the opportunity to visit famous art galleries, museums and sites of great architectural value. Bridgette was fascinated by the achievements and creations of the masters and much of her fantasy life as a child and teenager revolved around living a Bohemian lifestyle and spending her days in Parisian street cafes , painting amongst the artists in Montmartre. 

Bridgette studied art as a high school subject but, being of a high-spirited and non-conforming nature, felt stifled by the highly structured class regime and became frustrated at being unable to freely express herself on the canvas.

It was therefore not art that Bridgette initially pursued as a career. Although painting remained a part of her life, it was not until 1998 that she began painting professionally.

Bridgette's paintings are diverse. She loves deep colour and often uses vast tonal contrasts in her work, changing between the brush and palette knife to create paintings full of movement and energy; whether they be floral arrangements or landscapes. However, nude studies have become Bridgette's trademark. Monochrome work was initially unusual for Bridgette and her first nude studies were nothing more than experimentation with a different style. Demand for the works have determined that the nude studies have become Bridgette's top sellers.

Bridgette currently lives in The Valley of 1000 Hills KZN South Africa where she paints from her home studio and consults as a Colour Therapist.

Bridgette has exhibited country wide in South Africa. Her works have been bought by art lovers world wide and she is represented by galleries across the country as well as internationally.


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An original artwork on canvas by South African artist Bridgette Allan. Unframed.

Q:
I just love your paintings, just a comment :-) - Asked by Fanie01 (221 Rating score between 100 and 499)
20 Jan 14:54 
 
A:
Your compliment is very much appreciated , thank you :-) !!
20 Jan 15:07 
 
Q:
Not a question but a compliment. Lovely painting. keep on keeping on - Asked by MIKE TALJAARD (1945 Rating score between 1000 and 4999Verified User
29 Dec 00:51 
 
A:
Thanks very much Mike !
29 Dec 11:37 
 
Q:
Hi bridgette ... no need to answer this but just wanted to say this is a beauitful piece of art ... love your work :) - Asked by Daisy Chain (13640 Rating score between 10000 and 14999Verified User
03 Aug 14:28 
 
A:
Thank you so much ! Your compliment is very much appreciated !
03 Aug 15:28 
 
Q:
Hi there - how much would you charge to frame and then send or would it be better for me to frame locally? - Asked by Gillyth (1304 Rating score between 1000 and 4999)
09 Mar 09:42 
 
A:
Hi
It would be more cost effective for you to have it framed because once framed this would have to be sent via courier and packaged very well which substantially increases the shipping costs as well as the possibility of damage in transit .
Regards
Bridgette
09 Mar 09:50 
 
Q:
Hi! do your acrylic paintings need to be stretched or can i have them framed? Thanks! BTW - i love your work! - Asked by waidsandridz (no ratings)
02 Nov 15:01 
 
A:
Hi there
I am so pleased you like my work , thank you !
These paintings are on lose canvas but do not need to be stretched. They can be backed with board and framed without glass or they can be framed using mount board and glass - depends on your taste !
02 Nov 15:52