Orchids 2
Orchids 2

12" x 12" Enamel, acrylic and varnish on cradled masonite. 2010

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White poppies
White poppies

12" x 12" Gesso, acrylic, drawing ink on masonite. 2012

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Plumeria
Plumeria

9" x 12" Acrylic, gesso, drawing ink on masonite. 2014

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Orchids 1
Orchids 1

12" x 12" Acrylic, enamel and varnish on cradled masonite. 2010

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Gladiolas
Gladiolas

12" x 12" Acrylic, enamel, varnish on cradled masonite. 2010

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Belle
Belle

16" x 20" Enamel and varnish on cradled masonite. 2013

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Tulips
Tulips

12" x 12" Acrylic, watercolor and varnish on masonite. 2016

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Sunflowers
Sunflowers

12" x 12" Watercolor, drawing ink and varnish on cradled masonite. 2012

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Rose
Rose

16" x 20" Enamel and varnish on cradled masonite. 2010

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Bloom

Flowers are a metaphorical subject matter used to address issues and emotions associated with the topic of beauty and feminism. A bloom heralds a time of transformation and rebirth. Symbolizing change, beauty, fragility, transformation and the soul, "Bloom" is transformation personified. Just as the human cycle of reproduction-birth-infancy-childhood-adolescence-old age-death, each stage of the flower's life is different, each serving a separate purpose in reaching its full bloom.