The fifth painting of the series “Field Impressions” features oxeye daisies.
Can you remember from your childhood, that you collected oxeye daisies to make a floral wreath? Or later, in your teenage years, picked up the petals and counted them to answer questions such as “does he like me”? The first petal was “yes”, the second “no”, the third “yes”…
I think that we usually do not even see oxeye daisies anymore, since they are everywhere where grass is, nothing special. But when you look at them up close, with a darker background, you see how beautiful they really are, with the delicate, bright white petals and the yellow middle, like a little sun.
As child, I made a lot of those wreaths, therefore I found it nice to dedicate a painting to these nice little flowers.
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It is painted with acrylic paints on stretched canvas and finished with varnish. The sides are painted as well, so that a frame is not necessary. The painting is ready to hang.
Field Impressions 5: Oxeye Daisy
2017, acrylics on stretched canvas
24 x 30 cm (ca. 10 x 12 in)
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