Lady of the Lake
Lady of the Lake is an original acrylic painting on canvas.
The idea for Lady of the Lake actually came from a set of Christina Wyatt mermaid prints hanging in my bedroom that I admire. I decided that instead of a mermaid, I would paint Ophelia. I looked on Deviantart for various references of the character Ophelia and I decided to do my own version in shallow water, with lilly pads surrounding her, water lilies, and fireflies. I think it gives it a calm, peaceful feeling. This painting was actually started in 2012 and sat unfinished until 2015, when I went to Longwood Botanical gardens and seen the beautiful lagoons, when I recalled this piece sitting unfinished and was inspired to finish it.
Payment plans are accepted on all original artwork priced over $100. There is no additional fee. A deposit of at least 25% is needed to hold a piece of artwork. Payments can be made over a time period of 30 to 90 days. Please contact me via my contact page to discuss purchases using this option. Thank you.
Category Acrylic painting
Materials Paint, Water, Bourbon, Led Zepplin, Evanescence, Fireflies, and Crickets
I was listening to Queen's Platinum hits collection while painting this piece. I wondered what Freddy Mercury would think about peanut free classrooms, and parents suing schools over minor playground injuries.
Dimensions 20 × 20 × 1.5 in
RETURN & REFUND POLICY
I want to ensure you are 100% satisfied with your purchase! That's why once you’ve receive your order, you are given you seven (7) days to decide whether or not you’d like to keep that artwork or return it for a refund.
You may return any eligible artwork provided that it is returned original condition and packaging. You pay all return shipping.
The 7-Day money-back guarantee is NOT applicable to the following final sale items:
Open Edition Prints
If you have any questions, be sure to contact me.
Paintings will be carefully and beautifully packaged in bubblewrap and shipped in an appropriate sized cardboard box. Prints will come rolled in a tube, and in a cello sleeve. If you are sending an item as a gift, be sure to say so in the notes. You may even include a gift message to your recipient.