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. A lifetime of "feeling outside" of mainstream...slowly emerging as Asperger's Syndrome, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome plus a complex of co-morbid health challenges, being a confirmed Highly Sensitive Person and an INFJ personality type, not to mention born under an out of bounds moon (need I go on) fed into the creation of Living Whole; a self-exploratory blog fed by a wide angle lens tilted at "health and wellness" topics. Meanwhile, Spinning the Light is a free-for-all covering a multitude of playful and positive subjects about life in the broadest sense...written with a no-holds-barred approach. Needless to say, their subjects cross over quite often.
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