Cheryl Hart Wild Rose

Wild Rose

Blossoming from humble beginnings, this beautiful work developed from  a sketch of a wild roses.   A rambling rose bush growing on the Tuscan hillside on the outer walls of Cortona, Italy. From amongst the petals a beautiful face emerged to be painted.  She ebbs and flows with the cycles of the moon.  Her essence is that of harmony and peace.

As the Wild Rose came into full bloom on the canvas, she developed to symbolise hope in the seeds of new beginnings.  When these seeds are free to grow uninhibited and in flow with the cycles of life,  she finds harmony within her beingness.


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Reproductions Sizes:

Small: 30 cm x 30 cm (plus 3 cm border)
Medium: 50 cm x 50 cm (plus 3 cm border)


Limited Edition of 100.

Printed on Archival 320gsm Cotton Rag Paper.

Includes Authenticity Certificate Numbered and Hand-signed.

Your order will arrive as a print only, ready to be mounted in a frame of your choice.
The Fine Art Reproductions may be available in other sizes or on archival canvas. Please contact me for any special size or print medium requests.

Copyright: © 2022, Cheryl Hart
Wild Rose, Oil, 76 x 76 cm

Fine Art Reproductions Shipping

Fine Art Reproductions are printed to order, please allow up to 7 days for your order to be shipped.

All orders are packaged with great care, and depending on the size will arrive either flat in a small box or rolled in a protective tube.

Australia: $20 Flat Rate per Order
Includes: Australia Post Express Post, Tracking, Insurance in transit, and Signature on delivery.
Expected Delivery: 2-4 Business Days*

International: $35 Flat Rate per Order
Includes: Australia Post International Express, Tracking, Insurance in transit, and Signature on delivery.
Expected Delivery: 7-10 Business Days*

For International orders, any additional import taxes or duties on personal artwork are not included in the purchase price.  Please check these before making your purchase.

*  COVID-19 disruptions and extreme weather events may cause delays