CHERYL BAILEY
Contemporary Landscape Artist

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(posted on 20 Jun 2017)

Today I completed Wild Lupines 12x12. This is a little departure for me as it is flowers--usually I do landscapes-- and very flattened shapes. What do you think? Send me your comments on the contact page.

In the natives meadow, the lupines are silhouetted by the darkness of the deer browse line(where the deer have eaten all the leaves under the edge of the forest) . This darkness makes the flowers glow just like the luminosity provided by the black underpaintings that I use. Here's what I mean: