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Untitled, 2010

Untitled, 2010, acrylic, paper, 54.5 x 75 cm, 2010

Untitled (Water Fall)

Untitled (Water Fall), acrylic, paper 75.5 x 54 cm, 2010

Detail, Waterfall

Detail, Waterfall, acrylic, paper, 2010


Devonport, acrylic, paper, 75 x 54.5 cm, 2010


Interval, acrylic, paper, 75 x 54.5 cm, 2010

Untitled (Close)

Untitled (Close), acrylic, paper, 75 x 54.5 cm, 2010

 © Celia Wilson 2004-2011, all rights reserved
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  1. 24 December, 2014 7:39 am

    Dear Celia.
    I’m an artist from Singapore. Very interesting medium. Great.
    Like to create big painting on water falls.
    Pls let me know do you sell the paper (what is the max size )and acrylic colour .how do I buy.
    Best regards
    +65 90032851

    • 16 January, 2015 6:29 am

      Hi Gnana, thanks for your comment. I only make the artwork, I don’t sell paper or acrylic colour.

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