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An open edition Giclee print on paper of one of my original paintings titled On Llyn Padarn Available as a small or large print (see dimensions below). Each print is made to order
Small: 12" x 16" / Large: 16" x 20"
Each print is hand-signed and titled
The product includes the image, white mount, cardboard backing and plastic protective sleeve. Each print is sold unframed but will fit most standard sized frames
Prints are shipped in flat cardboard to ensure there is no bending during delivery
Delivery times vary across products as many are made to order and take varying amounts of time to prepare. Please see individual items for further information. All products will be sent second class via Royal Mail with the exception of original paintings that will be sent by a tracked courier service.
I gladly accept returns and exchanges, with the exception of any custom made/personalised items. A return & refund or exchange for a product of the same value can be arranged if you contact me within 14 days of delivery and dispatch items back within 30 days of delivery. Buyers are responsible for return postage costs and to return the item in its original condition.
My name is Carys Nia Coupe and I am an artist born and raised in North Wales. I adore my home and the incredible coastlines, headlands and mountain ranges we have which is why I paint them. I have been crafting and making since I was a child, but really took to painting in my teens, always turning to my surroundings for inspiration. I studied Fine Art at Cardiff Metropolitan University where I explored minimalism, brutalist architecture and sculptural work in response to being in an urban environment, but now find myself returning to the colourful, unpredictable and wild landscapes of rural Wales.
I paint in acrylic on canvas and paper and reproduce my images as giclée prints and greetings cards. I also create original lino-print designs sold on cards and as limited edition prints. I started selling my work online in March 2020, which led to me starting my own business that I hope will one day become a commercial gallery and retail shop located in North Wales. Alongside my artwork, I plan to sell a range of homeware and lifestyle products such as textiles, ceramics and books to encourage the idea of 'curating' your home to better express yourself, improve your wellbeing and to integrate art and creativity into your everyday life.