New botanical paintings added to gallery

Two new botanical paintings have just been added online, work that I have completed over the past couple of weeks.  Botanical  subjects seem to be my “thing” at the moment, possibly because of my new-found passion for gardening, also because I am preoccupied with a scheme to print some of my work to fabric to turn into soft furnishings and so on and botanical themes seem to lend themselves particularly well to what I have in mind.  I have a printer lined up so watch this space for all new “applied art” in the very near future.

I have a long-standing love of hydrangeas and I intend to paint more very soon.  The wisteria came from the stunning display that I photographed on my recent visit to Woodbridge, photos taken of a house down Angel Lane over Easter; the blossom was so profuse that I wasn’t the only person stopping to marvel at it or take photographs!  To see the full series of photos that I took, follow the link below.

Wisteria painting, oil on canvas

Wisteria, oil on canvas

Hydrangeas painting, oil on canvas

Hydrangeas, oil on canvas









Wisteria photography:

About Helen White

Helen White is a professional artist and published writer with two primary blogs to her name. Her themes pivot around health and wellbeing, expanded consciousness and ways of noticing how life is a constant dance between the deeply subjective and the collective-universal, all of which she explores with a daily hunger to get to know herself better. Her blog Living Whole shines a light on living with high sensitivity, dealing with trauma and healing from chronic health issues. Spinning the Light is an extremely broad-based platform where she elucidates the everyday alchemy of relentless self-exploration. A lifetime of "feeling like an outsider" slowly emerged as neurodivergence (being a Highly Sensitive Person with ADHD, synaesthesia, sensory processing challenges and other defecits overlapping with giftedness). All of these topics are covered in her blogs, written from two distinct vantage points so, if you have enjoyed one of them, you may wish to explore the other for a different, yet entirely complimentary, perspective.
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