Underneath the cacti

25.00"W x 24.50"H x 0.5"D

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Michael Lane


Medium: Painting

Subject Tags: spray-paint, warm, dusk, nature, wood, suguarro, sunrise, baja, cactus

Media: spray-paint

Size: 25"W x 24.5"H x 0.5"D

Year Created: 2018

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The reason I chose the title for this piece is just being able to stand underneath them changes the whole perspective and they really seem to change shape and almost become human.

I created this piece with a series of other cacti paintings. Most of them have really red hot colors, but I felt like this one should be more friendly and warm almost like it is reaching out to give you a hug!

My inspiration in creating this piece comes from Baja. Being down there surrounded by some cacti that are so large and looming. The desert sky down there also seems to take on some very unique and beautiful colors.

(please share more about the story of this piece)

"What should I draw?" That was what I always asked my parents when I was young and wanting to draw. Then I began to realize, that you can draw anything...dreams, reality, still life, big, small, pictures, other art. I also have always tried to find a medium that works for my style that I want to create when I draw those things. I found that with spray paint. I have never dedicated so much time and money to my art, and I have also never been so happy with what I am creating. It is how I choose to spend my free time, and I love it.

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