Welcome to Art Discovered Online’s sale page where you can buy a real bargain online directly through us (we only exhibit and sell original art not prints or photography) by one of our hand-picked, UK-based artists (delivery is free to anywhere in the UK) and all art is sold with a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist. Plus if you want to see more art by any one of our artists, just click their name underneath their artwork and you will be taken to their ADO artist profile page.
This 12th century castle was a tough challenge for any invader. Carreg Cennen’s defences exploited the natural environment to great effect, glued to the sheer cliff-face on all sides. Its striking features and natural hideout give this a bold statement in paint.
Inspired by the craggy hills and mountains of north Wales namely Snowdonia National Park, this piece was inspired by the changing conditions of the outdoors and the immense beauty of the Welsh countryside. The strong crag face of this viewpoint gave thought to a imminent change in weather, and the safety of that the rock face gives.
40 x 40 x 1.5 inches large original oil painting of an underwater seascape with tropical fish. The three colourful fish are called 'angel queens' and they glide across the sandy seabed in perfect unison. The sand reflects the pale pink, lilac, yellow and peach colours that are mirrored in the fish. The surface of the water above the fish is blue, green and turquoise and shimmers with sparkling light. Beams of light shine through the clear blue water and make white patterns across the sandy sea floor. The fish are unimpressed. They move together to another destination that only they know about and we can only guess. Painted in a realistic style and inspired by too many happy hours spent face down in a Caribbean sea. It makes me happy to paint this series of underwater paintings as I can relive brilliant holidays as I do it! Edges are white, canvas does not need a frame.
Portrait of lady with curly hair in a purple theme.
I love experimenting with different colours and levels of expressivity, particularly reagrding the female form. They're mostly all variants of my previous self :)
Travelling across the Pennines regularly I see the dramatic changes in the landscape during different seasons. This painting captures the vivid spring green that contrasts with the barren rocks. Framed ready to hang.