You can now buy Ray’s watercolour art directly from this website.
We are excited to announce that Ray McSharry has now decided that he will make a selection of his watercolour art for sale via this website.
Ray has sold his watercolour paintings for many years on other sites such as Etsy, but with the growing popularity of his own website considers it sensible to offer his watercolour art for sale here too.
Lovely watercolour paintings you would be proud to hang in your home. Limited edition prints. Each print numbered.
We begin with a small collection of watercolour paintings of coastal scenes. See them all on the Limited Edition Prints page.
More paintings will be added shortly and also continuously through 2019.
Prices are currently the same as for the Etsy site at 30 GBP per print (or national equivalent). Add postage if outside the UK.
Discounts when several prints are purchased in the same transaction.
A 5% discount is also available for subscribers or to those sending us useful feedback. A total of 10% discount is therefore for subscribers sending us feedback.
I am offering quality prints on Bockingford watercolour paper, supplied with a mount so you just have to buy a standard size frame: A5, A4 or A3. Also standard imperial sizes : 10 x 8″, 12 x 10″, 14 x 11″ .
All these sizes include the mount – approximately 2” each side.
I will send you the mounted picture in a protective clear bag securely packaged using high quality materials throughout.
I use top quality artists grade paints and paper on all original works and produce my own prints using a ‘Brother’ printer.
These are fine quality prints.
There is a printing process known as Giclee printing (see Wikipedia for details). Ray, modest as ever, doesn’t claim that his prints conform to the Giclee standard. Since there is no official standard, I would claim that since these are “fine art digital prints made on inkjet printers” they are likely to be as high quality as you may get from a gallery loosely referring to their work as “Giclee”.
But we digress! We will put the task of adding “Printing” to our pages of “Watercolour Techniques”.
Something Of An Exhibitionist!
Above, a photograph of London based watercolour artist Ray McSharry with an exhibition of his watercolour art (this was all watercolour flowers) at the local theatre.