KOI POND DIPTYCH
OIL ON WOODEN PANEL
The Koi Pond Diptych is inspired by my love of Japanese culture.
The painting is displayed with two pieces that are hinged together, depicting a beautiful koi pond. It was created in oil paint on wooden panel. The colors of the koi fish are vibrant with greens, golds, blues and red. This painting is a reminder that life should be celebrated in its beauty, just as it is on this summer day where all are alive in their beauty.
This painting is a great addition to your home or office, and will add a splash of color in any room.
Impressionistic in style, the Diptych’s movement draws the eyes around its shape, exploring the aquatic life in equal measures of harmony and vitality.
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