Online charity auction for 'Cherry Blossom Archway' original painting

by Anita Bowerman May 15, 2020 0 Comments

Online charity auction for 'Cherry Blossom Archway' original painting

I have contributed a painting called Cherry Blossom Archway, Harrogate to the Oatlands Community Fund to raise money to send people ‘sheltering’ care packages and provide hot meals through volunteers. It measures 30cm x 30cm and I have painted in acrylic using the end of a fallen twig to dip into the paint and apply the canvas.


Every year I paint outside on the Stray, you can usually see me at the end of April with my canvases as I capture the magnificent Cherry Trees lining two pathways. I thought this painting depicting the stunning blossom is something synonymous with Harrogate and is hopefully uplifting for all to see.

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