Fower paintings inspired by women artists.
I’ve created a gallery of garden-inspired artwork influenced by women artists such as Beatrix Potter, Georgia O’Keefe, Sonia Delaunay, Frida Kahlo, and Mary Cassatt. Each painting comes gift-wrapped with a handmade paper card with flowers embedded in it. And of course, free shipping!
Lavender and pink Carnations, 13 x 13 x 2 inches, white floater frame, $325.00$325.00
Bouquet of Carnations 13 x 13 x 1 inch. $325.00$325.00
Sweet Peas in April, 9 x 9 x 1 inches, white frame.$145.00
Daffodils, March flower of the month, 9 x 9 x 1 inch, blue maple frame.$145.00
Daffodil dance, 13 x 13 x 1 inch, white floater frame.$325.00
Sweet Peas on the Vine, 9 x 9 x 1 inches, white floater frame.$145.00
Field of Lilies, 9 x 9 x 1 inch.$145.00
Bouquet of meadow flowers, 9 x 9 x 1 inch, white floater frame$145.00
Mayflower blooms, 9 x 9 x 1 inch, white floater frame.$145.00
Hawthornes in the Rain, 7 x 7 x 1 inch, white floater frame.$95.00
Early Blooms, 7 x 7 x 1 inch, white floater frame.$95.00
Evening Garden, 7 x 7 x 1 inch, white floater frame.$95.00
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Wow! What a beautiful painting from a beautiful artist. I love to hear the history behind your paintings. I truly appreciate learning from a true master of her craft.
Elegant, Delicate, and tranquil is how I would describe Meg Black’s paintings. Upon viewing Meg’s work I was encapsulated and was immediately brought to the moment portrayed in the painting. The realistic nature scenes are absolutely magical. Any room can be uplifted with the positive energy of her pieces, they are breathtaking to say the least. The aura behind her work leaves you with a warm feeling and truly makes me feel peaceful and relaxed.
Meg Black is associated with several professional associations including North American Hand Papermakers, Friends of Arnold Grunmer, and the American Art Education Association. More>
Meg earned a BFA and MFA in studio art and a PhD in Art Education. Her work has been collected into public and private collections in Europe, North America, and Asia. Resume>
Read about my pulp painting process.
Why paint with pulp? And what is pulp anyway? 👩🎨”Pulp” can be made from a lot of materials but in my case I use abaca. Abaca is a fiber from the inner bark of the banana tree. It is extremely strong, acid free, and holds color beautifully. Another use for abaca fiber is to make rigging for sailing vessels and tea bags (ever wonder why yea bags don’t fall apart when dipped in hot water)? 👩🏽🎨 If you paint with oil on canvas, there is a good chance you are using abaca. Commercial canvas of the highest quality includes abaca fiber to ensure it is strong enough to be framed without glass. 👩🎨But why bother using this material when commercially made paint is available? The answer is simple: texture. My work is largely representational with nature imagery as my primary subject. Nature is not only 3D but full of a variety of textures. By using this versatile medium that has a textured quality, I am able to recreate the many textures of nature in my work. From still ponds to crashing shorelines to fields of wild flowers, abaca allows me to recreate these textures on a 2D surface. 👩🏼🎨 My slogan “recapture the emotion of nature” comes from using this wonderfully textured material as my painting medium. Read more about my process>
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