Robyn Gray – ‘Happy Days’

Winning Bid: $115.00

This little artwork is partly influence by Banksy. If you have been keeping an eye on this painting you might have noticed that I have changed the balloon from red to purple. The reason is that I am donating this painting to Art for Epilepsy for their art auction in May 2019, and purple is the colour which represents epilepsy research.

This painting fits into a standard 8×10′ frame, example shown. It will be sent in this frame, but if the buyer doesn’t like the frame they can choose to buy another standard frame and it will easily fit into it.

Dimensions: 25 x 20cm (without frame)

Framed: Yes

Reserve price on this piece is $80

Item condition: New

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Description

Robyn Gray is an artist from Toowoomba. She is an acrylic artist and works in a modern or romantic impressionistic style.

She began her art pursuits one day in her thirties by sketching her children while they watched tv and was pleasantly surprised to see a likeness. She then began taking classes with local artists, trying every medium over about five years, settling on pastels for a while. She then mostly gave up art due to family commitments until around 2010 when she found more time to practice, this time in acrylic medium. She is retired from the workforce after a varied career, ranging from office work, merchandising, and later qualifying as a Diversional Therapist.

Her inspiration comes from nature, the beach, and everyday scenes of life around her and she strives to convey the way the light picks up ordinary objects and turns them into extraordinary.

Website: https://bluethumb.com.au/robyn-gray

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/robyngrayartist/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/robyngrayartist/

Auction History

Auction has finished

Highest bidder was: cherylgoodall

Date Bid User Auto
23/05/2019 4:42 pm$115.00cherylgoodall
23/05/2019 10:38 am$95.00s_mitropoulos
22/05/2019 1:21 pm$70.00cherylgoodall
18/05/2019 8:36 pm$50.00marnie.taylor
16/05/2019 12:00 pmAuction started
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