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Flowers of Gold

Flowers of Gold

In "Flowers of Gold" I have created an abstract in nature using mixtures of greys, golds, blacks, browns, white, and a hint of burnt sennia. There are actually two leaves (look closer) that I located in North Carolina outside my studio (at 4200') that I refer to as hollow leaves. There is nothing in them but the original veins and stem which adds a special affect to the entire work. The background could be trees with the sun peeking or simply abstract with nothing but vertical colors. In gold ornate frame.

As a visual artist, I am constantly stimulated by the never ending variety of shapes and colors that surround us. It's not enough simply to replicate, but rather to interpret with expression. Combining form with color relationships and bold values I feel compelled to express my thoughts and emotions with strong and often stylized shapes. When I feel a link to a subject, I begin my artwork in a three-stage process. First I begin with a study of the subject and interpreting with thought and imagination. Next my free brush strokes and blending technique are used for the under painting and background. Then I begin to find form. Developing the final form, weather in abstract, impressionism or a combination of both, my work must leave me with a satisfying outcome. As long as there is a burning desire to create and express within me, I will always have something personal to offer others in art.”

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20.0" x 24.0"

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