There’s something beautiful about a framed image hanging serenely on a wall. We’re extremely proud of our sustainably sourced frames and believe there’s really no better way to enhance a stunning photograph. We’re pleased as punch to say they’ve adorned galleries and homes from London to Los Angeles.
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Synthetic polymer paint and newspaper collage on paper. From a series documenting friends who have died from HIV/AIDS related illnesses.
While he could still sit upright one of John’s greatest joys was reading the newspaper with Byron the dog.
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John Douglas Art
I love this, john – whimsical and awkward.
thanks very much! That’s me – whimsical and awkward
– John Douglas
aw, well I think it’s absolutely gorgeous…reminds me of some deap-seated childhood memory I can’t quite bring to mind….
thnaks, kinda what I try and do – access that childhood/childlike state
fabulous art John, the sort /style ? of painting I would love to be able to do .
wow thanks that is a wonderful compliment!
Well done, John, beautiful depiction of humanity
thanks very much silvia, much appreciate your saying that
This is wonderful and poignant and yes awkward and whimsical. Bryon the dog looks just like Angel my floopy earred bunny wabbit. Brillantly done
thanks susan, looking forward to seeing angel star in a series one day!
Your talents are just wonderful John… This image made me weep and smile
thanks that is the best compliment anyone could have
I like the dog.
thanks, he was a stinky dog but looked good for painting
i love this. so interesing and simple. great job
thanks very much andrew
thanks you very much paul, am glad you like it was one of the few of mine I was happy with