This painting was done after I read a book about how to arrange flowers in Japanese-style.
I really like the rustic feel of this painting because the materials used in the arrangement are not ordered, but instead just thrown together in an unsystematic way that echoes my own feeling when arranging flowers.
HAWAIIAN WEDDING FLOWER DIGITAL PRINT Depicted in the art are Hawaiian wedding flowers, which can be seen in abundance at many island weddings. The flowers are displayed in a vase, which is usually placed on an altar-like table to display the floral arrangement. The Hawaiian wedding flower is an extremely important part of traditional Hawaiian ceremonies and celebrations. The tradition…
This piece of art was created by using textured acrylic paint, with live flower arrangements in the background. This is the second article about an Ikebana series which was started with Ikebana series #1 . As explained previously, “Ikebana” is a Japanese traditional art of flower arrangement. The most important fact in this art is that there are no rules.…
This piece of art was inspired by the Boro (Japanese peasant handcraft) technique called Diamond point. It was conceived during the early 20th century and it is made from a single strand of iron wire. The palms on the beach or in the snow create a color gradient which can be reproduced using this technique. Although it sounds easy to…
PALM FROND OCEAN OIL on Mangowood This Photorealistic painting transports you to a serene natural setting where the ocean and a palm frond frame a picturesque landscape. The piece features the Palm fronds in the foreground with a beautiful blue ocean as viewed from shore, which acts as the backdrop.