'Queue of Irises' - Textured Palette Knife Oil Painting
Irises queue up for their close-ups by my Grandmother's house, dancing in a warm breeze. Their stems and leaves like fins, swimming softly in green foliage and spring grass. Tones of light cream and orange surround them with kindred energy, as their petals swirl away in the wind towards something better.
'Queue of Irises' is inspired by my Grandmother, who planted many things including Irises. I remember the ones by her house that bloomed this year. I think of those irises, among her large embedded rocks and I can't help but see her through them. The way that they gently sway in the wind, like how she swayed to her music. The softness of them, their light coloring putting you at ease, the same way she did.
'Queue of Irises' Original Textured Palette Knife Oil Painting by Cierra G. Rowe
Oil over triple primed stretched canvas
One-of-a-kind work of art — No prints
8 in (H) x 8 in (W) x 5/8 in (D)
Wired to hang
Created - 2022
Signed (front and back)
Arrives with signed Certificate of Authenticity