I hope you are all having a great week so far.
I'm posting 4 paintings this week.
I finished same days ago.
The first one is a large piece, 40"x40"x1.5" based on another painting I did in 2007 called Poppies Breach.
The name is "Poppies' breach", the predominant colors are: purple, blue & green. It is entirely painted with palette knives & oil paint on canvas. It is wired & ready to hang.
This will be a great addition to any art collection & high-end decor.
The theme: the wild Poppies seem to emerge from a purple mix of fire & grass, from the purple fire the poppies are born but never touched by the fire, symbolizing their freedom & detachment.
The landscape is full of energy & swirls of it can be observed along the canvas.
Then, the second one is an acrylic painting, beautiful texture & colors in this one. This is sold, I have 8"x8" prints available.
Finally, the 2 last ones are acrylics, with texture & white flowers, varnished whit a semi-gloss finish.
I painted these pieces while listening to Argentinean singer Gilda that passed away at early age in the peak of her career. Very cheerful music coming from a very sweet person like Gilda was.
I also brought some inspiration from dreams I had in the past of wild flowers moving in the wind on a sunny spring landscape.
The colors in those dreams are so vivid, that when I wake up I try to get them on canvas before I forget!
I also see the texture of things clearly in those dreams.
Please let me know if you would like to add to your collection any of these pieces and follow the links to my website!
NOTE: now you can get a print of these originals signed by the artist in 2 different sizes at a very affordable price, just follow the link below each painting in the website.
As always thank you for your support.
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