8×10” oil on stretched, beveled oval canvas; click on painting for purchase information.

After painting something that takes much concentration, I enjoy working a free and impressionistic image, and usually flowers fit the bill. I cannot imagine anyone not liking tulips. Among the first messengers of spring, they nod their cuplike heads in the breeze, and they are always fun to paint. These are painted on a beveled, oval-shaped canvas, a nice invention for the occasional frameless painting.


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