Fine art finishes on wood panels and canvas.

Fine art multi-medium mixtures of natural fibers and minerals in a high- density composition that is troweled, burnished and glazed including a combination of cotton, plant fibers, minerals, metallic fibers, lime and marble dust.

Another spa wall covering is thick clay plaster which is naturally hand trowelled onto any surface designed to create and enhance interior walls in the home or in the workplace or spa. Walls finished with clay are not only stylish but restful on the eye. This distinctive finish is recognisable by its attractive smooth and textured finishes.
Clay has some very special inherent qualities: It is a breathing surface that regulates both humidity and temperature. By absorbing moisture it makes rooms more tolerable in humid weather. And when the weather becomes drier it releases moisture into the room helping to improve the air quality.

Clay surfaces can also help moderate temperature swings. Wall surfaces remain cool in summer and warm in winter. The more clay used in a room the greater the beneficial effects.innovative, wallcovering introduced in this country in the last 50 years.
The unique combination of materials that are incorporated in cotton wall coverings provide a remarkable number of benefits, not available in paint, wallpaper, or decorative finishes: acoustic and thermal spa like healthy indoor air quality benefits and reduced VOC's.
Fine art study of Moroccan Polished Plaster
24 x 24 fine art trowelled plant-based marble plaster with Japan blades This artwork can stand alone or be rendered onto an accent wall panel. The artist used sharp Japanese blades to apply thin layers of luminous plant based marble plasters creating a luminous layered look to capture the light and reflect as a polished marble stone.
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Fine art finishes on wood panels and canvas.
Study of ancient art in fresco, lime and marble, pigments
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