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Little Sunflower

4.00"W x 4.00"H x 1.5"D

$100 (Shipping Included)

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Genevieve Esson

SAINT LOUIS, MO

Medium: Painting

Subject Tags: pencil, gogh, van, vincent, sunflower, modern, retro-realism, contemporary, abstract, acrylic, collage, mixed media, painting, canvas, sunflowers

Media: collage, pencil, color on acrylic, varnish, paint, uv

Size: 4"W x 4"H x 1.5"D

Year Created: 2018

I am a huge lover of sunflowers. Love their happy disposition with faces beaming towards the sun. The first sunflower painting I fell in love with was by Vincent van Gogh. This artwork is a mixed media piece on a stretched canvas block, artwork on all four sides & comes with picture hanging wire.

Genevieve Esson has a B.A. in painting from Webster University, an award winning artist, her work is collected regionally and internationally. Esson is a painter and mixed media artist and has completed 9 public artworks. The latest: 2015: A playhouse design for Raise The Roof, a fundraiser for Friends Of Wings and BJC Children’s Hospice & Palliative Care. A bus mural for Metro Bus Arts In Transit for St. Louis Earth Day, sponsored by Project Clear STL. 2014: A hummingbird design on a Traffic Signal Box for the City of Manchester. She painted four - 4’ high cake sculptures for the 250th birthday celebration of St. Louis: Cakeway To The West Birthday Celebration. Locations were Missouri Botanical Garden, Compton Hill Water Tower, Lincoln Douglas Square & Payne Gentry House. 2013: Painted a life-sized dog statue for the Animal Protective Association 90th Birthday Bash, bought by Parkcrest Plastic Surgery. Painted a shed mural for Franz Park Community Garden. 2011: A bus mural for Metro Bus Arts In Transit, for Missouri Botanical Garden, sponsored by Ameren Missouri. 2010: She designed a larger-than-life painted butterfly for Wings In The City, bought by Dierbergs. 2009 - 2010: Genevieve painted 3 life-sized lion statues for University City, one for the U.City Roaring Lions Project in 2009. The U.City In Bloom lion is on permanent display at Heman Park. The other two are in private collections.

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