Sunflowers in The Wild Acrylic Print
by Rosie Foshee
Sunflowers in The Wild by Rosie Foshee - 8" x 6.5"
Sunflowers in The Wild acrylic print by Rosie Foshee. Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.
This is an original painting with a foundation of acrylics layered with oils of sunflowers in the wild in the background of a mountainous landscape.... more
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This is an original painting with a foundation of acrylics layered with oils of sunflowers in the wild in the background of a mountainous landscape. It is a 9 x 12" horizontal landscape artwork on art paper by Strathmore. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park has always been my inspiration for the mountains in my paintings. Joyfully painting for you, family & friends, Rosie Foshee
About Rosie Foshee
As of February 1st, 2023, one of our daughters and I are aiming to be daily painters. My artworks are original paintings, brushworks by my hand, and I aim for the style of realism. I get inspiration from our travels about the United States in the past 23 years and I have taken many photos, and they are the inspiration for much of my art. My passion is for garden flowers, wildflowers, landscapes, wildlife, birds. The Great Smoky Mountains National Park is the inspiration for my landscape paintings. At the Smoky Mountains, in Cades Cove, we see the black bear and deer, The deer, here at home, has made a trail through our land. We have had a couple of red fox playfully making their way through our land. We have a lot of woods that surround...
Thank you, Jim. I like to create paintings that have a message behind the artwork. The sunflowers in the morning turn their "face" toward the east, and in the evening as the sun sets, these flowers turn their "face" toward the west. And I see this as amazing. That is where they get their name from, the rising and setting of the sun, and these flowers literally follow the sun. I had to do some thinking about how to position these flowers for viewers, with the sun in the background. The best way to position these flowers for the eyes of the viewer, was the flowers were in the process of turning their "faces" and had not finished their turning toward the sun. I received sunflowers on Mother's day from one of our daughters, and every flower is an inspiration for painting. Again, thank you for your complement of my artwork. I am in the process of another painting, an open doorway with flowers about the doorway. Joyfully painting for my viewers, Rosie Foshee .
Rosie you have a delightful gallery of work...following