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Art of the Day: Tuesday June 08, 2010

Hibiscus Shredder

- by Peggy Sue Klauss

This week's theme:

Reds are comprised of the longest wavelengths of light that humans can see with the naked eye. In symbolism, red is associated with everything from love and sacrifice to anger and sin. Some of the things red can be is lively, cheerful, hot, regal, cool, passionate or ominous. In our world of colour, reds are some of the most evocative.


Art: Hibiscus Shredder by Artist Peggy Sue Klauss
This board is stained in fruit punch red with golden oak stained stripes accented with white hibiscus. It's sealed with 4 coats of gloss urethane.

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