Submarine Foliage

When I was approached to take part in the upcoming Create:Fixate show, “Branching Out,” I was immediately intrigued by the possibilities. Trees, after all, are almost magical organisms on this planet. As I was envisioning twisting branches and soaring trunks, I was wondering how I could offer something a little different, and my thoughts turned to the myriad foliage that lie under the waves. Who doesn’t experience awe when they see light filtering through the fronds of a kelp forest? So mysterious and majestic; so familiar yet alien.

1, 10/21/15, 3:23 PM,  8C, 8760x11243 (69+268), 150%, Repro 2.2 v2,  1/15 s, R60.7, G48.0, B60.2
“A Forest”, 36″ x 48″, acrylic on canvas
4cha, 10/21/15, 2:15 PM,  8C, 6086x8588 (1229+1953), 150%, Repro 2.2 v2,  1/15 s, R60.7, G48.0, B60.2
“Into the Deep 1″, 11″ x 14”, acrylic on canvas
4cha, 10/21/15, 2:15 PM,  8C, 6086x8588 (1229+1953), 150%, Repro 2.2 v2,  1/15 s, R60.7, G48.0, B60.2
“Into the Deep 2″, 11″ x 14”, acrylic on canvas
4cha, 10/21/15, 2:42 PM,  8C, 4748x12000 (2060+0), 150%, Repro 2.2 v2,  1/15 s, R60.7, G48.0, B60.2
“Submerged”, 10″ x 30″, acrylic on canvas

Published by stephaniehanart

Artist and graphic designer living in Southern California.

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