White Crocus is an experimental abstract piece that started out as a scanned copy of a photograph dating from the early 1980s. I attempted to compensate for, and exploit the pixilation and blockiness of the scanned file as the basis for a "painted" image of broad, blunt brushstrokes. The result is a highly abstract and highly textured work that, amazingly, still captures the shading and light on the petals of the flowers and the rich depth of the dark brown mulch of the flower bed where the crocus were planted... long, long ago.
I'd suggest White Crocus as a smaller scale accent piece. A simple white mat and dark brown wood frame will work well with this image; but a sleek black metal frame is also a great choice if you're going for a more contemporary look.
February 13th, 2020
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