Geraniums with Pear and Oranges wood print by Maria Hunt. Bring your artwork to life with the texture and added depth of a wood print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 3/4" thick maple wood. There are D-clips on the back of the print for mounting it to your wall using mounting hooks and nails (included).
This was in my pile of works that I turn over and use for testing color. I thought I'd try to save this one. I loved parts of it so, here she is... more
This was in my pile of works that I turn over and use for testing color. I thought I'd try to save this one. I loved parts of it so, here she is with added touches of light and shadow. Loved the contrast between the orange and blue; Red geraniums capture the eye... Lots of fun dressing up this Cinderella --- well not quite Cinderella but she's better than the ugly sisters.
1st Place tie - Fruit and Flowers Contest 10/23/15
3rd Place - Geranium 11/24/15
Special Feature - 1000 Views on 1 Image Group .6/12/17
Special THANKS to the following groups for Featuring this painting:
1000 Views on 1 image 05/30/2017
Images That Excite You 05/29/2017
Pictures for present 05/29/2017
Art District 05/21/2017
Classic Still Life 04/12/2017
Contemporary Floral 11/28/2015
1 Weekly - ALL Stars 11/15/2015
ABC Group - V Is for Vase. 03/22/2015
3 A Day Waiting Room ART 08/25/2014
Appreciating Works From All Mediums 08/24/2014
Still Life Fine Art...
About Maria Hunt
"ART, something I always wanted as part of my life, HAS become a passion that fills my soul, and leaves me full of joy, one brushstroke at a time."
After 30 years as a successful business woman, Maria Hunt, finding the nest empty, and having fulfilled her role as financial contributor, retired to the Palm Springs area, pursuing her childhood dream of studying and creating art. She started in 2000 with art classes at College of the Desert. She refined her skills in plein air painting by attending workshops across the U.S. The years left to get "really good" at art are diminishing, and her focus is laser sharp. She spends one week a month teaching art to Children (and older versions of children) She...