Floralia began at the request from a friend to paint something in the colors of spring. We were chatting one day when she made mention that she’d love to see one of my paintings using the greens and yellows of spring; that conversation set me on an adventure. This series was an experiment to get away from some of the stricter confines of sumi-e painting. I chose my colors and began. I truly loved how they turned out especially the color palate. So I named the series, “Floralia” after an ancient Roman festival celebrating the return of spring. There are 8 pieces in total, slightly different from each other in form and color but holding to the theme of “Floralia”. One set of “Floralia” pieces are subtitled, “MayDay Fest” as they were finished on May 1 or May Day. The second set, finished a few weeks later, have the subtitle “Rites of Spring”.
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