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A Song For Spring

A Song For Spring

in Oil by Hazel Thomson 24 Artist Reviews
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A joyful feeling to this textured, painting , starting with winter, with fresh snow,on the ground, the trees have not started to grow any leaves yet , which is exposing wonderful textures in the bark of the trees. further into the scene, it is spring,   a carpet of blue bells are resting under shadows of the trees, under, bright early morning sunshine . A robin singing in the change of winter to spring, a scene  of hope for a peaceful year to come. This is one of my changing seasons painting, which has been built up with layers of oil paint, with pallet knife and brush.

W 47.24" x H 39.37"
W 120.00 cm x H 100.00 cm
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About the Artist

It is important to me that my work helps people to engage in the spiritual side of nature, to improve our mental wellbeing in this ever-changing chaotic world. Life events had taken me through a non-creative career path until I was in my late 30s, and I feel as though I need to utilise the time ...

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