Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistClaire BullPlatinum Member CollectionAbstract
DescriptionMy little friend plays soccer and he loves rainbows... with the World Soccer Cup 2010 I decided to paint something fun to celebrate soccer (football) and sports and a young boy's dream. Dreaming of growing up and feeling like he is on top of the world - playing soccer is loved all over the world = the world ball - lots of colours and fire and red (he loves rainbows and red) in this, the second in my Rainbow Technicolor Series
Claire Bull, Toronto Member Since June 2010 Artist Statement Creating art is a blessing and a gift I have enjoyed all of my life. I am retired now and an EBSQ self-representing artist, able to paint full-time in my art studio. It is created to music so all of the art is unique and different.
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My Bio Claire Bull is a full-time professional artist, creating daily in her art studio in Ontario, Canada. She enjoyed art classes as a child and won awards through high school, continuing on with evening and weekend courses at local Universities and community colleges. Claire attended Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in the early 1980's with Andy James, who was a brilliant artist and wonderful teacher. She was an Honours English and Psychology student at University and went on to run her own medical transcription business for almost 25 years. Her grandmother was an artist and Claire is blessed to have inherited that creativity throughout her life. After raising a family in rural Ontario and retiring, she and her husband moved to Muskoka, where she paints with acrylics and mixed media in her studio by Georgian Bay. Claire continues to explore new techniques with each work and has enjoyed creating fractal art since 1995 on the computer when is not in her studio at the easels. Over the past few years, health issues have changed the way Claire paints. Colour and creativity are the main focus of her work. She prefers a loose style of painting, often using different tools, sponges or her fingers while the music plays in the background. Music and art are healing and each work is created with passion, and the pain seems to dissipate while she paints her positive emotions into each piece. Her paintings are uniquely bright and colourful and can be found in private collections and galleries across Canada, the United States, UK and in New Zealand. Claire is a member of the Huronia Foundation for the Arts and Artists in Canada and has won many awards and features on her websites. She has entered competitions in the past few years with growing recognition and exposure on the internet. Her style is constantly evolving, with colour and freedom of expression in her beautiful abstracts, florals and delicate fractal art. All work by Claire Bull is protected by copyright. Reproduction in any form must have her written consent.