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New York, New York!

I am delighted to say I have just SOLD this oil painting “Umbrella Flowers” via Artfinder.

It is now going to be living in New York, New York, USA

“An expressionist oil painting of some cow parsley flowers craning their necks to the sun to catch a fragment of some nourishing summer light as it peeks and shoots through the trees and bushes in the background. I love the way cow parley catches the light in it’s lacy petals. It’s delicacy the very expression of summer calm and heat. They seem to stretch their flowery fingers to the sun in exaltation. In praise of summer.”

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Umbellifers in Oz

 

Delighted to say I have just SOLD this oil painting “Umbellifers” via Artfinder. This painting has now been posted to it’s new home in Australia.

These bright flower paintings always seem to find a new home in Oz for some reason. I have sold a number to artlovers on the other side of the world.

The bright colours might fit in with all that sunshine.

“The bright sunlight darkens the background woodland to pitch black, leaving only the glimmering colours of green and brilliant, delicate white on the reaching stems and lacy parasols of the Umbellifers.”

https://www.artfinder.com/product/umbellifers/

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Umbrella Flowers

Now available for purchase on my website – “Umbrella Flowers” – oil – 50 x 60cm – £295

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“An expressionist oil painting of some cow parsley flowers craning their necks to the sun to catch a fragment of some nourishing summer light as it peeks and shoots through the trees and bushes in the background. I love the way cow parsley catches the light in it’s lacy petals. It’s delicacy the very expression of summer calm and heat. They seem to stretch their flowery fingers to the sun in exaltation. In praise of summer.”

https://controlpanel.artweb.com/flowers-/529983_umbrella-flowers.html

 

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Over the Mantelpiece.

This painting “A Summered Garden” is one of my favourite paintings, recently painted a few weeks ago. As such, it takes “pride of place” above the living room mantelpiece, beside my recent portrait of my husband and a small photo of our wedding, although Hattie, one of my cats seems unimpressed.
I like to show my paintings in lived in environments so that artlovers can see how they may look on their walls too!

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Wild Oxeye Daisies

A “refractionist” interpretation of the distant sunlight spilling, bleaching, corroding through a growth of wild oxeye daisies, which were growing by the side of the road near Ilston Chapel in Gower peninsula. The near oxeye daises dance in celebration of the sunlight and the far grasp at the sunlight sky. It is an image in formation, an expressive impression. Nothing is crystalline, just blobs of iridescent colour generated into being, out of the cool dark blue to the brillant white, by the summer light.

 

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