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Underwater Serie - Original Painting

Underwater Serie - Original Painting

Regular price $280.00 USD
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My Underwater Serie is a set of Women in Water themed paintings that were born from my lifetime love of mermaids, naiads, water nymphs, sirens and all mystical creatures.

I am also fascinated by how light reflects and refracts with water.
There will be more but for now we have the joyful presence of these fine ladies.

  • Lilypond - Originally painted in acrylics on canvas, this lady of the lilypond languishes now in print on canvas.
  • Into The Blue
  • Liquid Light
  • Nereids
  • Amphitrite


Original, Painted Art Canvases 100% cotton, gesso primed and stapled on the back.

Original artworks are painted on stretched canvases which are ready to hang on your wall and do not need to be framed. This “unfinished” and authentic look is preferred by many as there is no frame to interfere with the original work. The exposed, wrapped edges are painted also to become part of the piece. You can choose to have it framed if you wish.

Additional canvas sizes and prices are available upon request. All custom orders are paid in full in advance and non refundable. If you would like custom made originals that are different to these, prices may vary depending on complexity.

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All the items are custom made by me and often made to order. Processing times vary from 1 week for the jewelry to 4 weeks for the canvas prints and paintings.

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Beautiful Underwater Protrait

Lydia deserves a solid 5/5. Her ability to capture the ethereal beauty beneath the water’s surface is truly captivating.

Lydia is not just a painter, she is a storyteller, a weaver of visual tales that resonate on a profound level
Moreover, Lydia has a remarkable ability to elicit an emotional response from her clients. The way she captures mood and atmosphere in her paintings creates a profound connection between the artwork and the viewer. Each piece becomes a conversation, a dialogue between the artist’s intention and the observer’s interpretation.

☽ Care & Cleaning ☾


☾ Proper care and maintenance of your jewelry can help it last for many years.

Avoid exposure to water. Avoid showering, bathing or swimming whilst wearing your jewelry. If your jewelry comes into contact with water, be sure to dry it off immediately.

Raw brass, copper and silver may develop a patina over time, which adds to the unique character of the piece. If you wish to remove it and re-brighten your piece you can use a jewelry polishing cloth or a very fine emery board or nail polishing file (very soft grade only).

Acrylic Painting on Canvas

☾ My paintings are created with high quality artist’s materials. I use Liquitex Basics, Acrilex and Winsor & Newton acrylic paints. These paints are all non toxic.

Your painting was created on stretched canvas. If the wood warps or the canvas becomes loose, please take it to a framing store that specializes in restoring paintings and re-stretching canvases to fix the bars for you. All paintings are painted on the sides so they are ready to hang if you do not want to get them framed or put behind glass.

Your painting has a layer of clear acrylic varnish applied to the surface to protect it. It adds a layer of protection to the paint itself, protecting it from UV damage, however, hang the painting in an area that is not exposed to water and avoid hanging in an area that is exposed to direct sunlight, as UV light can damage the painting and cause the colors to fade.

Please avoid touching or handling the surface of the painting. Your skins’ oils contain acids and can damage the artwork with prolonged handling. To hold and move your painting, please handle it by the sides.

A safe way to clean, remove dust and light debris is to use a dry paint brush to dust particles off the surface, or use a lightly damp microfiber cloth with water only to gently wipe the surface. Do not use any cleaning chemicals or detergents.

An original will always be worth more than a reproduction.

Canvas Prints

☾ Avoid displaying your print in direct sunlight or bright indirect un-UV filtered sunlight as well as fluorescent lighting. Sunlight and fluorescent lights both emit UV light that can fade and damage prints over time.

If you must handle the print, don’t put pressure on the image, a canvas is fabric and will stretch or tear if care isn’t taken. Always hold onto the sides where the stretcher bars are located.

Never attempt to rub the surface of the image with your finger or fingernail as this could scratch the surface of the print.
Lightly dust your print with a soft cloth or duster on a regular basis to prevent any dust buildup. If necessary, gently wipe your print with a soft cloth that has been slightly dampened with water. Do not rub hard. Never use chemicals to clean your print.

It is not advisable to display your print with heat and high humidity. Kitchens, bathrooms, or heat sources such as forced air vents and radiators should be avoided.