Mounted on Archival Board with 2" Wood Edge
12" x 12" x 2," (30.5 cm x 30.5 cm x 5cm)
Accepted into the 2015 Women Painters of the Southeast Annual Exhibition at the Blue Ridge Arts Association, Blue Ridge, Georgia
Inspired by the light and cast shadows on a bromeliad.
When I saw the light hitting this bromeliad and the shadows that were cast I knew I had to paint it. This piece for me was more about shapes, shadows and warm against cool color, than the actual plant! After spending almost 5 months designing and painting the Coral Reef Restaurant menu project for Disney, I wanted to work on a small painting that only took 3 days to paint as opposed to months!
I also wanted to experiment with mounting a painting on a board and sealing it instead of framing behind glass. Stay tuned as that will be the next step to this paintings completion.
If you live in the central Florida area the Central Florida Watercolor Society Annual Juried Exhibition opens tonight at the Sanford Welcome Center. There will be 54 paintings on display from the members. The show will be up until April 22 and the reception for the show will be April 19 from 6:00-8:00. My painting Bird’s Eye view will be there. Thank you to juror Karlyn Holman for including it in the show. Hope to see you then!
11.5" x 30," (29 cm x 76 cm)
Framed Size "19.5 x 37.75," price includes frame
Selected for the 2nd Annual Women Painters of the Southeast Exhibition, 2013, at the Imagine Gallery of Fine Art, Franklin Tennessee
Selected for the 2014 Annual Central Florida Watercolor Society Exhibition
When I lived in California I had a persimmon tree in my backyard and I have been enamored with this fruit ever since. I loved in the winter when all the leaves had fallen from the tree and these bright orange fruits where dangling from all the branches. That is the inspiration for this painting.