“Morning Tulips”

Inspired by a photo I saw online, “Morning Tulips” is a colorful impressionistic view of a field of red, yellow, purple, pink and white tulips under a morning sky in the Holland flower fields. Painted on 12 x 24 inch stretched canvas. ORIGINAL SOLD.

I decided to take a few painting progression photos this time to share:

Because of the hundreds of tulips in the field, I ended up investing a lot of time with this painting just making flowers! Even though it’s more impressionist, I still wanted to show the progression from far away to the forefront. The feeling of the field stretching away into the distance gives more depth. And even though this small painting ended up being a lot of work, it was worth the end result!

“Salvia Flower Garden”

“Salvia Flower Garden” is an experimental use of a more impressionistic style. The image is a suggestion of pink and purple salvia flowers. I like the freedom impressionism gives the artist.  There is not the need to spend so much time being intent on getting the details right. The looser painting style brings just a suggestion of the image. The viewer can fill in the details as they wish.

“Salvia Flower Garden” is an acrylic painting on 8 x 8 inch stretched canvas.

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