Art should comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable.” – Banksy

Tom Chapman Rainbow Lorikeet Oil Painting 12x12

This is a depiction of a Rainbow Lorikeet bird. The painting is done on gallery wrap, where the edges are 1.5″ thick and painted. This painting does not need a frame.
  • Artist: Tom Chapman (Artist and former jockey)
  • Title: Rainbow Lorikeet
  • Size: 12″ tall x 12″ wide x 1.5″ deep
  • Framing:  Ready to hang
  • Medium: Professional artists grade oil paints
  • Artwork Description:  Rainbow Lorikeet bird

$550.00

This is a depiction of a Rainbow Lorikeet bird. The painting is done on gallery wrap, where the edges are 1.5″ thick and painted. This painting does not need a frame.
  • Artist: Tom Chapman (Artist and former jockey)
  • Title: Rainbow Lorikeet
  • Size: 12″ tall x 12″ wide x 1.5″ deep
  • Framing:  Ready to hang
  • Medium: Professional artists grade oil paints

Tom Chapman Rainbow Lorikeet bird painting

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Artist Bio

Imagine careening down the track on a half-ton of horseflesh doing 40 MPH. Think of the jockey balancing himself motionlessly on top of his mount with no safety net. Visualize the bright colors of the jockeys’ silks, the flare of the horses’ nostrils, the excitement of horseracing. Some would consider the world of thoroughbred horseracing as an art form and the riders who guide their mounts as artists. I am a former jockey-turned artist and many of my fans thought many of my riding feats were works of art. Now my art takes a more traditional form. Instead of riding horses, I paint them. I also paint just about everything else from wildlife, to birds, to chickens. As a jockey, I’ve experienced the banging of the starting gate doors closing. I felt the horse under me anticipating the ringing of… Continue reading on artist page

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