Cherry Blossom and Spring Flora
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Cherry Blossom and Spring Flora

Painting medium: Acrylic paint



Gallery: Wychwood Art

Ships from: United Kingdom

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About the artwork
Cherry Blossom and Spring Flora [2022]originalAcrylicsImage size: H:60 cm x W:60 cmComplete Size of Unframed Work: H:60 cm x W:60 cm x D:1.8cmSold UnframedPlease note that insitu images are purely an indication of how a piece may lookSpring time means Cherry Blossom, a much anticipated and beautiful time albeit it brief. A wooded area with pink trees is complimented by a spattering of wild lemon flowers.


Medium Acrylic paint
Support Canvas
Framed? No
Subjects Landscape,
Style Impressionist
Original or Edition? Original
Certificate of Authenticity No
Year created 2022
Artwork Dimensions: 60 X 60 X 1.8 X cm

About Jan Rogers

Since discovering Kandinsky at a very early age I have been obsessed with vibrant colour and pattern. I later discovered William Morris and I knew I wanted to spend my life creating pattern, in particularly I was going to design wallpaper. After graduating from art college I set up my own business as a freelance surface pattern designer, selling to a worldwide market of home furnishing manufacturers. This was a wonderful and rewarding career until the industry began to change. As we now live in a digital world the requirement to create and manipulate design on a computer took away the joy and thrill of an ever changing journey that creating as you go allowed. I needed to break away and find a new way of creating, inventing and expressing the energy and passion designing once gave me. So since 2017 I have been painting, inspired by my love of flowers and the British landscape and seascapes it's the perfect way forward for me and wonderful to experiment with new mediums and subjects without restriction. I like to think each painting is a further development of the previous one and that I am continuously growing, evolving and discovering new art as each week passes.