One of a series of sun paintings of impressionistic flower landscapes. It is an acrylic painting on canvas from 2005.
Measuring 12 inches wide by 36 inches high, it depicts a sunny day in green and orange.
It is ready to hang gallery wrapped canvas with the image going around the sides.
Inspiration for the Sun Painting
The wonderful response from the Sun Day painting was part of the inspiration for this painting. I wanted to capture a number of bright sunny days in my artworks.
I wanted to experiment in some new color combination's.
A second aspect of the inspiration was the potential location the painting will rest in.
It was painted to be a bright cheery beacon for the viewer. Perhaps it will hang near the kitchen to greet the morning serving of breakfast. Perhaps it’s home will be a narrow wall where it will smile on those who pass by.
I have to say, a third aspect or inspiration was Florida and the many a beautiful day in the sun spent there on vacation, visiting friends and family.
This is one of a series of paintings where colors are used in a pointilist style of painting. The time it took to paint the various colors was not kept track of. It was enough to put a common persons hand into carpel tunnel pain and numbness. As a nurse and spending years to learn how to cure the pain and bring the suffering to an end, it no-longer is a health concern for me. I have been virtually pain free since restarting my art career.
I you want to know how I ended the carpel tunnel pain without surgery, there are two websites that deal with how I found an end. One has to do with hydration WaterCures.org and one has to do with nutrition GlutathioneDiseaseCure.com
As with all of my creations, commissions are gladly welcome and you will have a guarantee, "You Will Love It or You Do Not have to Buy It." Please use the contact page for more information.
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Sun Spot is available. The original painting and a limited edition of 100 signed and numbered Giclee prints will be available.
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