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Framed watercolor on paper signed, S.E. Bligh (Sandy) and dated '92.

Nicely executed and professionally framed, this is a wonderful watercolor signed, S.E. Bligh done by the local Victoria artist Sandy Bligh and dated 1992.
Titled on the verso in pen, "Room For Three". This watercolour depicts three large pot belly pigs in a pen.
Sandy Bligh has over the years Sandy has taken various workshops through Saanich Peninsula Arts and Crafts (SPAC) and other groups with well known artists such as Pat Dews, Judi Betts, Carla O’Connor, Gerald Brommer, Christopher Schink and Judy Morris. Her work has won numerous Jurors and Purchase awards at annual SPAC shows and she has had work accepted into both the Sooke Fine Art and Sidney Fine Art juried shows. Since 1990, Sandy has been in charge of organizing the painting display for SPAC annual shows and has been the Show Designer for the Sidney Fine Art show since its inception in 2003. She enjoys the challenge involved in creating a cohesive display from the hundreds of fine works exhibited at these events.
Measurements are 14.5 inches in height x 17.5 inches in width.
Unframed measurements are 9.5 inches in height x 12.5 inches in width.
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Framed watercolor on paper signed, S.E. Bligh (Sandy) and dated '92.

Framed watercolor on paper signed, S.E. Bligh (Sandy) and dated '92.

Framed watercolor on paper signed, S.E. Bligh (Sandy) and dated '92.

Framed watercolor on paper signed, S.E. Bligh (Sandy) and dated '92.

Framed watercolor on paper signed, S.E. Bligh (Sandy) and dated '92.

Framed watercolor on paper signed, S.E. Bligh (Sandy) and dated '92.

Framed watercolor on paper signed, S.E. Bligh (Sandy) and dated '92.

$125

 

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