The first time I saw this glorious flower field was one of those perfect warm and sunny days. I was taking a drive down Town Line Road, and from the corner of my eye, I saw a burst of color. Immediately I made a 180 turn and parked. The sweet and earthy scent of freshly turned soil hit me; I smelled salt from the ocean just two miles away.
Rows of salmon pink, shades of purple, and lavender and orange flowers stretched deep into the distance leading to a tiny cottage submerged by greenery. It looked like the south of France, right here on the East End of Long Island.
I do enjoy creating commissioned paintings. When it works best, it is a collaboration between the client and the artist. It’s an orchestration of what I know as an artist and the ideas of the client. Here two canvases side by side (a diptych) are conceived as one vista representing the family and conveying how two young sisters are connected. Ultimately, each girl will have one of the panels on her bedroom wall. On each canvas are a butterfly and a bunny representing the relationship between the sisters. The painting mirrors their essential relationship, sisters now and forever linked.
Spring is here, and it feels so good! Please feel free to ask me about creating a painting for you in my style.
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