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"The Lady and the Rose"

16.00"W x 20.00"H x 1.0"D

$100 (Shipping Included)

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Medium: Drawing

Subject Tags: pop, contemporary, modern, fun, whimsical, color, love, flower, rose, artwork, red, blue

Media: chalk on paper

Size: 16"W x 20"H x 1"D

Year Created: 2018

She loves all of her flowers in the garden

...but the Rose is her first love ...the Rose of the aroma....the flower of the evening dream kiss....the Rose of the delighted....the promise of another day...She loves all...
She loves everything and everyone...
Love of her flower petals...dancing in the air of the Rose....>>>This piece is not framed but it is mounted on 1/8" foam board and set behind a black mat. >>>Thank you for stopping by and viewing my artwork. >>>The world is a very small place>>>...the heart is a very large space...we may have bumped into each other in some clumbsy way... >>>Maybe someday we shall meet face to face. >>>Until then.. .Love your fellow man>>>Liberate your mind >>>Contribute to the human experience through peaceful means<<

David Alan Sincavage is a native Floridian, born in Miami. He traces his artistic talent back to his early childhood, but it was a 4-year stay on the island of Crete, Greece that convinced him to pursue his talents as an artist. David has been working in the visual arts for over 30 years and has experimented with many forms of expressive media such as photography, clay, wood, wire, found objects, and glass. Being self-taught, David could be viewed as a classic Bohemian Outsider, but stylistically his technical and conceptual skills merit a much more serious consideration. He paints using oils, acrylics, and watercolors. His watercolor interpretations of Sea Shells, and his conceptual Nautilus Series, done in oil on canvas are quite remarkable. The Sea Shells were commissioned for The Breakers Hotel, Palm Beach, Florida, and are on display in their permanent collection. The Nautilus Series and many of his Mixed Media and Acrylic works have been quickly picked up by Private Collectors of Palm Beach. David also works in Pen & Ink and Graphite and has completed a conceptual suite called "The Dark Hope Series". It is a striking collection of over 20 pieces rendered in Ebony. Two of these pieces were among those on view at the Boca Raton Museum of Arts, in Boca Raton, Florida, and several others were shown in New York City. David also has a 10-foot Gibson Guitar, which was auctioned off for charity, on permanent display at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida. His contemporary interpretations of personal and social issues is often a mix of intense engagement, and provocative concepts. He enjoys the interaction of the viewer with his works as he believes that, through the arts, the world will become a more peaceful and tolerant place. "The world is not really a world without the artists." David signs his work with his nom-de-guerre, D'Alan.

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