Turkey Painting Watercolor Original Art Bird Artwork Farm Painting
The artwork titled “Turkey” is a watercolor composition meticulously created with brush and black gel pen on high-quality paper.
Please note that this is not a print; it is an original piece measuring 8 inches by 11.5 inches (21 cm by 29.5 cm), personally handcrafted by me. You will find my distinctive signature on both the front and back of the artwork.
The painting is unframed, allowing you the freedom to choose a frame with glass that complements your personal taste and interior decor.
For optimal preservation, it’s essential to display this artwork on a wall where it won’t be exposed to direct sunlight.
Rest assured, your artwork will be carefully packaged to safeguard it against humidity and potential damage. It will be shipped to you promptly, complete with a tracking number, within 1-3 business days (excluding weekends and holidays).
Please be aware that colors may appear slightly different based on your monitor settings. The size of the watercolor turkey painting depicted in the interior photo is approximate and may vary slightly from the actual piece.
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== Some words about me ==
My name is Tatiana, I am a watercolor artist, and I also really like to draw black and white graphics. Get acquainted with my creativity!
I was born and live in the small town of Uglich (Russia), on the banks of the great Russian river Volga. I graduated from the Children’s Art School in the city of Uglich in 1987. In 1994, I graduated from Syktyvkar Technological College with a degree in designer-fashion designer of clothing.
The city of Uglich is included in the tourist route “Golden Ring of Russia” and is proud of a number of attractions, in which the main place is occupied by monasteries and churches. You can visit our city during a river cruise, many large motor ships stop at our port.
I sold my watercolors on the “Tourist Trail” of the city of Uglich from 1998 to 2003. My works are in private collections of Western European countries (France, Germany, Great Britain), Australia, as well as in the USA.