A world on a wall

Blue eyed medico with mask, a detail from Norval Watson's painting "Arizona Bay"
“Arizona Bay”, detail
Norval Watson’s quest is to paint remarkable pictures that invite further investigation.
“The pictures become windows into a parallel universe, every one unique, a world on a wall”, he says.
Norval is enthusiastic about making new art in the world of today:
“There has never been a better time to be an artist. With new challenges, new media, and an abundance of alternative channels for sharing new and old work, I am totally http://premier-pharmacy.com/product-category/arthritis/ stoked that I can continue to make art that connects with fans and collectors from all around the globe.”
Norval Watson began painting surfboards commercially in the early 1970s, and has been exhibiting fine art in pop-up galleries and independent spaces since the late ’80s. His work is held in many private collections.

2 thoughts on “A world on a wall”

  1. Hi im a big fan of norval’s art ever since i purhased an aboriginal dream wave print at a gallery in newquay in england. I would love love to own an original norval wave piece. As i surf norvals art gives me inspiration and i spend many hours looking into the picture. I have three young children so my budget is limited but what sort of price could i get a norval original for. Many thanks for your help.

  2. Hi Warren,
    Thank you for your interest in my work, and I am glad you enjoy having that print on your wall. I’d love to see a quick phone pic of that!
    I would enjoy doing a UK theme as I lived in England for 12 months in 1964.. The Beatles, the Stones, the Who, and cold water beaches! For further details, please check your email…

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