Late Blooms, 8x10in. Oil on linen/panel (small oil painting)

Late Blooms, 8x10in. Oil on linen/panel (small oil painting)

450.00

The following reflection is attached to the back of the painting on laminated card stock.

Late Blooms  
 
A late planting of seeds brought blooms early in autumn. All summer I peeked below large rounded leaves, seeking signs of floral life.
 
Finally, tiny buds began to grow along trailing stems; maturing into large flowers of varying colors. They danced in and out of their green coverage, promising to
imbue the garden with color well into autumn.
 
Debbie Lamey-MacDonald ©

Details

Original 8x10in. Oil on linen/panel, Painted En Plein Air in Plymouth, Nova Scotia (from my gardens)

Original Written Reflection attached to back on laminated cardstock.

Painted with professional grade paints and archival material

Sold Unframed, Signed front and back

“Bringing the beauty of nature into your space with original art! Lovingly packaged for you!”

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Anecdotes:

I painted “Late Blooms” in late summer, early autumn in my gardens. It took several sessions painting in my gardens at the same time each day to bring it to completion. Some days were so warm,I had to set up my umbrella to keep cool. You can see several progress shots in the pics above. I remember a dragonfly coming to visit me while I painted. In fact there were many dragonflies in the air that autumn!

Nasturtiums are another plant my dad introduced me to that I have a great fondness for. I love their flowing stems and large disc shaped leaves. Their leaves remind me of water lilies.