Poppies is a summer day in July. You’re mid-summer without a care in the world. The texture on the base layer was created with tissue paper and then I peeled off excess to leave a rough texture. As I painted the red poppies floating through the clouds I envision lying in the grass, daydreaming upward through floral fields. The longer I lie, the Poppies begin to detach from their stems and slowly move with clouds floating by.
This print is available and there are two different options for my Giclée prints. The French term “giclée” (pronounced jhee-clay) means “to spray ink.” You can choose paper or canvas for the Giclée reproduction. Images reproduced using the Giclée process are of museum quality and can be found in museums around the world.