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Pitcher Perfect

Helena Kuttner-Giasson

$90

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Pitcher Perfect

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Pitcher Perfect I is part of the Wall Flower series, a miniature color floral drawing with pen and ink touches of various garden flowers against a vintage wall paper inspired background. Drawn on Rag Bristol paper, with USA made Prismacolor pencil, and hand dipped India Ink pen work. This piece is hand trimmed in a delicate pattern, and float mounted onto Crescent Museum mat board. Professionally framed under plexiglass in an Espresso finish solid wood frame. The artwork measures 4 x 6 inches, the opening of the frame is 8 x 10 and the exterior dimension of the frame is 14 x 16. The back of the piece is fully papered and hanging hardware is pre-attached for your convenience. Packed with care in a corrugated box rated up to 200 pounds crushproof.

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16"H × 14"W × 2"D
Painting
Pencil/Colored Pencil
Florals
Traditional
Framed
Prismacolor pencil, India ink, Rag Bristol
No
No
Clean acrylic face with a damp microfibre cloth. Use a dry soft cloth to dust the frame. Display away from direct sunlight is recommended to ensure the lifetime rating of the pigments.
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STATEMENT

If you are looking for Playful Botanical Style Floral Art, look no further! Painted with passion from memory, imagination or my own reference snapshots. I let the paint take me where I need to go, then add a touch of ink to give each piece a stylish pop. I work in two contrasting methods and styles which give me a sense of artistic balance and reflect both the chaos and order in nature, which is my predominant subject matter. My intuitive method begins with a basic color palette which is added to instinctively as the piece develops. In this method I draw upon memories of experiences in the natural world, such as trips out West or walks on one of many of Michigan’s lakeshores. Channeling feelings of movement and color, I use acrylic with both a brush and a palette knife to model the scene. This leads to either highly abstract works or pieces where discernible landscape structures become apparent, such as a hill, a mountain, a cliff or a grouping of vegetation. When working intuitively with watercolors, I will begin painting after observing my subject for numerous hours, such as clouds or birds. Then as I work, images simply present themselves. As the story unfolds, I will add and delete pigments at great length to form an image, and adjust my palette instinctively. My second method involves a great deal of contemplation and planning. It begins with a snapshot of an intimate moment experienced outdoors. A blossom, cloudscape, or waterline is captured as a print, and then key elements are extracted to create the painting. I will play around with the composition, create palette swatches, rough sketches and ultimately transfer the sketch to paper or canvas in preparation to paint. In both methods, I allow the pigments to mingle or overlap freely, creating their own language of color, and after they dry apply black ink to create further motion in broad undulating strokes, or develop form with extensive stippling. The finished piece suggests the reference material, but rarely resembles it. The artwork is completed when I feel it reaches the level of visual emotion it needs to tell a story that others can enjoy.

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