Bradley Harness - Artist

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Woman & Sunset

20"x 16" acrylic on stretched canvas, finished edges, ready to hang - 2018

Artist's Notes: Lake Huron communities bill themselves as Ontario's West Coast, and the land of the Best Sunsets. It faces west - directly into the setting sun - and many people make a point of watching the setting sun as it drops below the curve of the Earth. Peace...and tranquility.

Woman & Sunset
$500
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Off The Farm

16"x 20" acrylic on stretched canvas, finished edges, ready to hang - 2018

Artist's Notes: Not all music is pop music, and in many parts of Canada - The West, Ontario, Quebec and the East Coast - country music remains very popular with music listeners.  This canvas was aimed at those good ol' boys who leave the farm to pursue a career in music.

Legs#3
$500
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Woman On Dock

20"x 24" acrylic on stretched canvas, finished edges, ready to hang - 2018

Artist's Notes: The  idea for this canvas was a familiar one - Autumn colours, a still lake with a mirror reflection, and  a duck paddling across in the distance. Peace and tranquility.

Legs#3
$500
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Legs #3

16"x 20" acrylic on stretched canvas, finished edges, ready to hang - 2011

Artist's Notes: This canvas was one of a series of three paintings focusing on the female human leg.  It is called Legs#3, and focuses on legs in an interesting seated position with arms holding them together for balance.  These legs are also clothed, unlike Legs#1 and #2. The model was pleased with the result.

Legs#3
$500
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Legs#2

16"x20" acrylic on stretched canvas, finished edges, ready to hang - 2010

Artist's Notes: The model laid back on her bed, legs over the footboard, light streaming in through her lace curtains in the background. Her bed had interesting design details such as the birds and the flowers.

Legs#2
$500
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Legs#1

16"x 20" acrylic on stretched canvas, finished edges, ready to hang - 2010

Artist's Notes: Legs#1 of a series of three on the female human legs, one of my favourite parts of the female human body. The model struck a pose that I liked, and this was the result.

Legs#1
$500
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Rainboots, Umbrella & Puddle

16" x 20" acrylic on stretched canvas, finished edges, ready to hang - 2012

Artist's Notes: Some people have seen different things in this canvas: Some saw a penguin, some saw a scary shape, others noticed the sidewalks bricks and the bubbles, others were baffled at the yellow shapes.  This was my model in yellow rain boots, bending over to look at her boots in the puddle.  Her shadow is in brown, holding an umbrella.  We thought it turned out well.

Rainboots, Umbrella & Puddle
$500
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Parents Of The Bride

18" x 24" acrylic on stretched canvas, finished edges, ready to hang - 2017

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Artist's Notes: This piece was a commission for a lovely lady who had been married back in the 1950s and who had a photo of herself, her new husband, and her parents - they were on the outside flanking the bride and groom. She wanted a portrait of her parents, which meant removing the bride and groom and bringing the parents together into the centre of the canvas.  They were posed in a photos studio in the old photograph, with a curtain as a backdrop.  As this sole reference photo was black and white, it presented a challenge in creating proper colour for this canvas.

Parents Of The Bride
$500.00
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Snowflakes On My Tongue!

10" x 12" watercolour on paper, framed - 1990

Artist's Notes: This was one of the first paintings I did after resuming painting when my naval career saw me posted to Ottawa.  This was a young boy outside doing what we have all done at  least once - trying to catch snowflakes on his tongue.  A classic Canadian image if ever there was one!

Snowflakes On My Tongue!
$200.00
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