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Rhia Janta-Cooper Fine Art

Purple and Yellow Flowers, original painting

Purple and Yellow Flowers, original painting

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Purple and Yellow Flowers is an original acrylic painting.

  • Materials: Fabriano Pittura acid-free and archival sheet of paper, professional-grade acrylic paints, varnish
  • Size of the sheet of paper: 35 x 25 x 0.1 cm
  • A white margin surrounds the painting in preparation for a mounting mat, and its actual size is 33 x 22.8 cm.
  • Style: impressionistic
  • The artwork is not framed.
  • The second image only shows how the painting may look in a frame and on a wall.

The painting depicts a beautiful garden with vibrant purple and yellow flowers that seem to dance in the breeze. Every time someone looks at the artwork, they can't help but feel a sense of peace and happiness wash over them. 

One day, as I finished the artwork, we decided to host a dinner party to celebrate our anniversary. As the guests arrived, they all admired the painting I displayed on my easel and commented on its beauty. 

However, as the night wore on, something strange began to happen. The painting seemed to take on a life of its own. The flowers in the work started to move, their petals fluttering in the breeze, and the garden began to grow and expand beyond the confines of the piece. 

The guests were amazed and delighted by the magical display. Soon, everyone was gathered around the painting, watching in awe as the garden continued to come to life. 

After a few minutes, the garden slowly began to fade away, and the painting returned to its normal state. The guests were left stunned and speechless, unsure of what they had just witnessed. 

From that night on, the painting took on a new meaning for us. It is no longer just a beautiful piece of art; it is a reminder of the magic and wonder that can be found in the world around us. Every time we look at it, we are filled with a sense of joy and wonder, knowing that we have witnessed something truly extraordinary.

Is this a true story?

Not quite.

It is, in a tiny part, a fairy tale.

As a child, I read a story by Hans Christian Anderssen about dancing flowers. I was very impressed by this particular tale. Often, before falling asleep, I remember dreaming about the flowers dancing around at night.

So, my flowers don't dance (but I wish they would)!

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