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Lisianthus, acrylic on handmade round cradled wood panel (by Bara Woodshaping), 30" in diameter, 1" profile, with cleated hanging system that allows the panel to hang flush against the wall (no need to frame), $2300 plus s&h to the first asking nicely. Questions can always come to me.

lisianthus are one of my favorite flowers


there's something extra special about their twisted buds and delicate stems. I feel like they are little fouette turns. Or maybe little party crackers. What do you think?

Combining these florals with the fox was an exercise in self control. I think at one point there must have been 100 blooms in this piece - that was when I realized I needed to dial my enthusiasm down a bit! So instead of the actual flowers, I embraced mark making that felt like the lisianthus, and twisted my brush through marbled puddles of paint.

Also, I cannot say enough about this substrate, a gorgeous handmade panel from Bara Woodshaping in Oregon. The wooden surface is glorious to work on, the cradled sides are perfectly balanced, and the panel includes a built in cleated hanging system so that it lies perfectly flat against the wall. It is a stunning presentation. Bara's panels are like fine pieces of furniture, and it's such a treat to get to paint on them. 

Here is the link to view Lisianthus larger, peek at her in a room, or to make her yours.

Thanks so much for your interest in my artwork,
All my best, warmly, Kim


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