This painting is for you, with a flair for Oranges and a love of all things Indian Summer!
Fall Flowers, in their beautiful oranges, speak to their mother, the long, Indian Summer sun! These small works were painted last summer (2021), with Fall fast approaching. Here in the Pacific Northwest we call this time Indian Summer, a time where the days are still warm, and long, but the mornings have just a tinge of chill in the air! Potatoes are dug up, Sunflowers are taken to the County Fair, in all of their glory.
This Flower study is a set of three flowers, painted on 11”x11” pieces of Acrylic solid surface, and fused together to make a mixed media art collage. All are originals. All have been epoxied to give a clean, modern finish. The mixed media artwork sits out about 1/2” from the wall.
In the flowers you can see the signatures of how I work as an artist. I thin my acrylic down to pouring consistency, yet still manipulate it a lot, getting the colors I want to pop out from underneath. The result is long strokes of blended color creating this semi-abstract artwork.
Full size, 11”x33”x1/2”. Resin has a UV light-block to block the sun from fading the painting, but direct light is still not recommended for long periods of time. (As with any professional painting.)