Three Sunflowers II, Red Dahlias and Pincushion Flowersartsyhome.com: Product
$3000.00In stock
Product description:Painted from life from flowers arranged by the artist. Features three golden yellow sunflowers with dark centers, arranged on a bed of red dahlias in shades of bright red, burgundy red, pink, and orange. At the top of the canvas, the flowers are accented by burgundy red berries and pincushion flowers. The canvas also contains accents of flowering kale and dahlia leaves and buds. This painting was created with both palette knife and brush. The shapes of the flower petals are enhanced by the thickly applied paint. The background is created with textured brushstrokes in shades of pale blue, lavender, and red. The painting continues onto the sides of the 1" thick canvas so that it is ready to hang, or it may be framed if desired. A stunning piece, uplifting and energizing for the home or workspace.
 
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Three Sunflowers II, Red Dahlias and Pincushion Flowers

$3000.00 USD
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  • Product ID#: 217287.
  • Dimensions: 36" width x24" height x1" depth
  • Weight: 5lbs
  • Materials: Oil
  • Subject: Floral, Nature, Still Life
  • Style: Contemporary, Expressionism, Illustration, Impressionism, Realism
  • Colors: Red, Yellow

Artwork Description: Painted from life from flowers arranged by the artist. Features three golden yellow sunflowers with dark centers, arranged on a bed of red dahlias in shades of bright red, burgundy red, pink, and orange. At the top of the canvas, the flowers are accented by burgundy red berries and pincushion flowers. ...
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I grew up in Milwaukee, WI, and currently live in Minneapolis, MN. I received foundational art training at Pius XI High School in Milwaukee. In high school I won a Gold Palette Award in the Milwaukee Journal Calendar Competition, a $1000 Francis Hooke Scholarship, and several Scholastic Gold Key Awards. I studied dance in college, and after severe health challenges I came back to painting as a way to recover my spirit. I always painted outdoors, in gardens. In 2011 I began to sell my work at...