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Painting the Elephants at Trading Boundaries

December 21, 2013

I've recently been working on designs for painting on to two large wooden elephants outside 'Trading Boundaries' in Fletching, a big Georgian manor house in Sussex that sells lots of Indian furniture and textiles as well as hosting my work in exhibitions.

As its an English house in English pheasant country selling Indian furniture and textiles, I decided I might do a pheasant and a peacock pattern over the elephants guarding the gates at Trading boundaries! Beautiful birds that represent both attributes of the place but that will also both fit in colour and pattern-wise with the local countryside, ie lots of lovely rich browns, golds and greens!

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