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Floral Art

As a branch of still life art, florals celebrate the endless complexity and compositional perfection of flowers in all their varieties. From the Dutch and Flemish artists to Georgia O'Keefe, artists have found fascination in the elaborate detail, the allusions to the feminine and the masculine, that flowers present to those that study them.

Art, as a visual form of study, allows those who practice art, to explore, to compose, to arrange, to revel in the mathmatical perfection and yet abandoned randomness that are the soul of the floral world. The colors of flowers have also challenged the painter for years, these colors have inspired new pigments, and the attempts to translate what is seen in nature to paper or canvas continues to challenge artists.

Mary Blumberg's work shows an exquisite understanding and ability to translate reality into art.

Artichoke

Artichoke

After Charles Reid

After Charles Reid

Arrangement in Terracotta

Arrangement in Terracotta

White Orchids

White Orchids

Firecracker Red

Firecracker Red

Floral in Round Vase

Floral in Round Vase

Floral 1

Floral 1

Flower

Flower

Joanie's Tulips

Joanie's Tulips

Kay's Lilacs

Kay's Lilacs

Lilacs in Jug

Lilacs in Jug

Magnolia Mama

Magnolia Mama

Mary's First Rose

Mary's First Rose

My First Peony

My First Peony

Roses and Lace

Roses and Lace

Roses for the 25th

Roses for the 25th

Tahiti Red

Tahiti Red

Tu Wup

Tu Wup

Wild Birdseed Genesis

Wild Birdseed Genesis

 

 

 

 

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