Pick up is office address: 276 Carlaw Avenue Suite 200 Toronto Ontario M4M 3L1
This painting is oil on canvas. It is 36"x36". The painting is wet and, at this point can only be delivered by car or picked up by car.
If you live far away and want this painting, you can buy it , I will hold it for you until it dries.
Niam paints what he feels and sees. This is a spectacular Painting. Niam went to Iceland. It rained intermittently throughout the days. One particular day it was cold and very rainy. Niam painted this painting to reflect what he saw. Iceland is very unique. Even a storm is beautiful. Iceland is beautifully kept by the people.
Niam unlocks his world through his artwork. He has minimal speech and expresses his inner most feelings, private thoughts and expressions through his artwork.
This is Niam's interpretation of the beauty around him. See the world through Niam's eyes.
Enjoy this beautiful masterpiece in your home. It is gorgeous with all the colours.
The story about the Artist is beautiful and, the beauty of the artwork.
This product is available for pick up at checkout if you live in Toronto. Prices are in Cdn Dollars
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Please note: Due to camera, lighting and monitor screen the painting may look slightly different.
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Teen with Auti...Thirteen year-old Niam Jain can't speak. He's autistic. But he...