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Lunar Garden 2

Lunar Garden 2

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Acrylic on Canvas

Size

24" x 24"

Year

2024

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She started out knowing nothing about art. But after marrying an art critic, She quickly discovered the joy of painting." Mary Ann B. Reyes shared her experience with artmaking.

Her interest in art was piqued by frequent visits to exhibitions, where she marveled at the stunning paintings on the walls. She was particularly drawn to works that featured flowers, a subject she cared deeply about. Flowers, as soulful reflections of Mother Nature, dazzled her eyes and uplifted her spirit with their vibrant colors. Flowers, whether presented as bouquets on a table or in a garden scene, never fail to capture Mary Ann's attention and engage her emotions.

Mary Ann, an artist, alternates between a realistic depiction of flowers and an abstract execution of her subject, but not as a diversion from reality. What is important is to capture the essence and magical appeal of the flowers. Her aesthetic response to colors is instinctive and not based on any color theory.

Claude Monet, the painter who celebrated the waterlilies in his garden pond, exclaimed: "I must have flowers, always, and always!" Mary Ann B. Reyes feels the same way.
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Mary Ann Reyes

Mary Ann Reyes She started out knowing nothing about art. But after marrying an art critic, She quickly discovered the joy of painting." Mary Ann B. Reyes shared her experience with artmaking.

Her interest in art was piqued by frequent visits to exhibitions, where she marveled at the stunning paintings on the walls. She was particularly drawn to works that featured flowers, a subject she cared deeply about. Flowers, as soulful reflections of Mother Nature, dazzled her eyes and uplifted her spirit with their vibrant colors. Flowers, whether presented as bouquets on a table or in a garden scene, never fail to capture Mary Ann's attention and engage her emotions.

Mary Ann, an artist, alternates between a realistic depiction of flowers and an abstract execution of her subject, but not as a diversion from reality. What is important is to capture the essence and magical appeal of the flowers. Her aesthetic response to colors is instinctive and not based on any color theory.

Claude Monet, the painter who celebrated the waterlilies in his garden pond, exclaimed: "I must have flowers, always, and always!" Mary Ann B. Reyes feels the same way.
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