Desert Wildflowers #6

30.00"W x 40.00"H x 1.5"D

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EnChuen Soo

Phoenix, AZ

Medium: Painting

Subject Tags: wild flowers art, wild flowers, blues, flickers, spatters, city lights, spring season, spring flowers, wildflowers, flowers field, desert wildflowers

Media: acrylic on canvas

Size: 30"W x 40"H x 1.5"D

Year Created: 2016

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A free style of spatter painting inspired by the wildflowers field at the Sonora Desert in the Southwest country side. Released freedom in creativity and inspiration from the mother nature, flow of energy, speak of life and love in the relationship of elements on earth and the universe.

When I dipped my fingers into the bowls of slimy acrylic paints, picked up different colors and by actions of dashing, striking, flickering, flinging, dripping...onto the surface of canvas, I felt the energy of joy and relaxation. And I called this a Kung-Fu painting because it involved so much physical movement and required target accuracy, plus my years of training in the principles of colors, forms, shapes...were released in freedom and olalah here is one more piece of desert wildflowers.

The painting has all sides painted with continual colors, coated with semi-gloss varnish for protection of UV light and dust, tightly strung with wire at the back and ready to be hung.

EnChuen Soo, a Malaysian artist who resides in the The State following her international romance and became a full time working artist since then. Recently, she has been excelling herself in Pollack style in the series of desert wildflowers and developed her own uniqueness on her composition. Other than that, she also adding new artworks in the series of waves/clouds using the technique of pouring fluid acrylic on textured surface. She said, "Art is my life long affair and it is a great venue of escape from many negative things happened in my life and it is also an amusement venue for me to find joy of success, knowledge and wisdom. " Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, and with her artwork she have the added joy of making it. A deep yearning for freedom drives her to create. By conforming to the art already in nature, she trace the Creator’s finger prints and discover answers for her curiosity.

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