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Art of the Day: Thursday January 19, 2006

Sativus Blue SOLD

- by Mary J Sheridan

This week's theme: Flower Of The Month

In November 2004, EBSQ began it's monthly Flower Of The Month shows. Over the next two weeks, Art Of The Day will look at the 14 flowers that have been showcased so far. The January 2006 Flower Of The Month exhibit features Orchids and can be found on the EBSQ Shows page.

-Melissa Morton


Art: Sativus Blue SOLD by Artist Mary J Sheridan
This piece is titled "SATIVUS BLUE". The sativus crocus is harvested for its saffron, the red long tenticles which reach out. This aspect of the crocus really caught my attention, I never knew saffron came from such a little flower. I continue to be challenged working in this format and love the edge it gives to my style. I never use pencil and never plan my paintings, they are in the moment and very spontaneous. It is for me a great release of energy and very passionate, the colors I use are very much a reflection of my mood at the time. It is a wonderful feeling of freedom and oftentimes, as with this piece, I will work through the night so I do not lose the connection I have with the pastel.

Detail Images


Detail Image for art Sativus Blue SOLD

Detail Image for art Sativus Blue SOLD

Detail Image for art Sativus Blue SOLD

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