Australian Acrylic Landscape Artist Jos Coufreur 50-Year Celebration Announced

A popular and award-winning Australian artist has celebrated 50 years of painting and is offering free Australia wide delivery. Jos Coufreur is known for his distinctive acrylic painting style that captures the heart of the subject.

Coodanup, Australia - August 17, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Australian Artist Jos Coufreur has celebrated 50 years of painting experience and is offering free shipping Australia wide on all his work. He is a professional and award-winning artist who has been working from a young age and captures the heart of the country in his work.

More information can be found at: https://jos-coufreur.com

The site explains that Jos grew up in the Wollongong area, before moving to the Netherlands when he was 17. He spent 26 years living in New Zealand with his wife and four children, before moving to Western Australia.

Jos has been a full time artist for over 25 years, and has a distinctive and unique painting style. One of the defining elements of his work is that he likes to paint spontaneously, letting the colours form the picture.

His works are large, which allow him to maximise movement and expression and allow the colours free range to develop and grow. This allows each piece to present a compelling window into the subject.

Traditionally his subjects range from animals to city landscapes and famous people. He also accepts commission work, so if customers are particularly interested in his style, they can order custom paintings for individual works.

Visitors to his site will find both original works for sale and prints to order. Some of his most popular works include The Big Lebowski portrait, and a landscape acrylic painting of Ayers Rock.

When browsing the store, visitors can filter the results by Movie Stars, Man’s Best Friend, Musicians, and Landscape categories to make it easier to find what they’re looking for.

A wide range of popular landscapes are available, including Parnell in Auckland, the Auckland city skyline, the bustling streets of New York, a selection of boab trees, and horse riding through the Murchison River, Kalbarri.

Full details on how to order are provided on the artist’s website.

Contact Info:
Name: Jos Coufreur
Email: Send Email
Organization: Jos Coufreur Artist
Address: 5 Riverina Ave, Coodanup, WA 6210, Australia
Phone: +61-420-251-286
Website: https://www.jos-coufreur.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88908812

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