Snowdrop Valley - Inspired By Psalm 23:4 - Fine Art Print
A beautifully printed high quality glicee reproduction of the original artwork “Snowdrop Valley” by Rachel Painter inspired by Psalm 23:4.
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- International - £40.00
Capturing the original texture in especially rich colours, this print has been made using archival inks printed 310 gsm archival Hahnemühle paper.
Available in 3 sizes with the choice for a mount (optional)
Both print only & mounted options fit within standardised frames to get your new artwork onto your wall with ease
Free UK shipping (International orders please get in touch before purchasing)
Please note that mounted prints usually take the full 2-3 weeks to arrive.
Meet the Maker
High quality art prints & products painted to inspire & share hope.
Hi I'm Rachel! I’m a Cornwall-based contemporary landscape painter & I paint unwritten melodies.
Behind the brushstrokes
As a landscape painter I seek beautiful scenery. You’ll find me wandering the wide-open spaces and woodlands of Cornwall and Exmoor (and I have my sights set on Scotland and Wales too!) Aside from the luscious colour and play of light, I see landscapes mirroring the narrative that goes on within us.
‘Your life is a story. Write well. Edit often’. I’m not sure who said that but it would describe the big picture of my creative process. It’s an on-going conversation with the Father about finding and staying in a place of freedom.
People say my work is hopeful. For me hope and freedom are related. Without hope, it’s hard to make room to dream. Without a dream, it becomes difficult to move freely in any direction.
A lot of my work centres on the courage and faith to become – looking ahead into the void and bravely making steps into the wide open spaces of your ‘life’s landscape’. It’s about discovering a confidence and grace whilst watching God work all things work together for good for those who love Him. I see this echoed as I create- the unpredictable pathways forming within the paint creates a sense of vast space coming together in a celebration of colour and life!
Why are your paintings called unwritten melodies?
I call my paintings ‘unwritten melodies’ because like music fills a space
invisibly, I use colour, movement and the metaphor of landscape to sing a song
within my work that fills the ‘not-yet written spaces’ before us with the fresh
promise, hope and light that is found in Jesus.
You can purchase here high quality glicee art prints with colours as fresh & vibrant as the original paintings. I have new art products coming soon- you can follow me on Instagram at @rachel.painter.artist to keep up to date with the latest from my studio.
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