Mousehole Giclee Print - Sarah-Marie Flint
Mousehole. Royal Marines conduct an explosive 'mousehole' entry to a compound in Afghanistan. Drawn with pen & ink. Painted in inks. Giclee Fine Art Print 9" x 11" (23cm x 28cm) The Giclees printed on Somerset Velvet 255g/m2. The actual print is 9” x 11”, then there’s a small border. Then the mount is 15.75” x 17.25” (40cm x 44cm) with an aperture of 10” x 11.75” (25cm x 30cm). The mount has a ‘V’ cut, which is quite smart looking, instead of an ink line on the mount the framer cuts a groove round the mount. Mousehole is the only painting so far that she has a Giclee done. Sarah Marie Flint is the wife of a former Royal Marine. Renown artist through out the Royal Marines world, she has done a lot of art work with images from her husband's photographs from training and war zones. Saran Marie Flint started to paint in 1980. Her earliest paintings were offshore power boats. Following this she began painting houses, portraits and artist impressions. Her artist impressions have been used on bill boards and in standard brochures. She is a member of The Society of Architectural Illustration. Over the past couple of years she has had the privilege to paint for the Royal Marines. Her paintings are displayed at Bickleigh Barracks, Stonehouse Barracks and in private collections.