Madame Emile Mouillere, Third in the Abstract Flower Series

Okay. Okay, okay okay, NOW I'm on a roll. I am loving working on this new series! It feels so good to paint freely. Here is the latest, "Madame Emile Mouillere" (fun fact: the title comes form the name of a white hydrangea, which is vigorous and considered to be one of the best versions of the white hydrangeas).

"Madame Emile Mouillere" 11"x14" Mixed Media on Canvas - Abstract Flower Hydrangea Art

Deconstructing things found in nature, like beautiful flowers, and then rebuilding them again in an abstracted form is the baseline of this new series.

Painting details:

Materials: Mixed Media: Acrylic, Charcoal and Oil Pastels on Canvas 

Title & Size: “Madame Emile Mouillere” // 11"x14" x 1.5″

Shop my materials:

Golden Acrylic Paints // Fredrix Canvas // Windsor & Newton Vine and Willow // Krylon Workable Fixative // Golden Polymer Varnish // Sennelier Oil Pastels

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