My mom grew daisies like this along the fence by our patio at my childhood home. I loved them so much that I named the puppy Daisy that my parents gave me for my sixth birthday. To this day, they are a happy reminder of barefoot summers at home as a kid, and they find their way into lots of my paintings.
This was painted with pure emotion. We all have ways of expressing ourselves when words elude us. For me, it is often paint. So, when the overwhelm was creeping in late one night, I painted this with my hands and poured the chaos onto the canvas. Somehow it all translated into joy. I love the happy energy in this one and have kept the original. But giclee prints are available on both canvas and fine art paper.
One of the more neutral of these floral paintings. This one is soft creams and whites, with touches of gold and lots of green. And of course, there had to be some blue mixed in, since I can't seem to paint without blue...
Here's a peek at my happy place. Unfortunately, I've since slung paint on those curtains in the back. My dogs hang out with me while I paint. The puppy's favorite spot is under that yellow table and my lab mutt tends to lean against my apron. If you stop by, you'll likely see them running around with paint in their fur!
This is what happens when you intend to paint a field of sunflowers and run out of yellow! Maybe it's because I lay that paint on so thick. This floral can be hung vertically or horizontally. It is a happy riot of primary colors, with thick, dimensional paint, perfect anywhere you need a pop of color.
Where paint gets on the curtains, apron, hands, dogs, and sometimes the canvas.