Abstract Realistic artwork of a Sunflower behind thick blue paint. I love sunflowers, but there are so many around I wanted to create something that made a splash with color and vivacity.
Sunflowers are also very interesting if you are like me and enjoy the botanical side.
The root of a sunflower reflects its characteristic of being a dicot. Out of the seed, the first root, radicle, pushes through and develops into a taproot. It continues to expand through primary and secondary tissues. Primary roots develop from primary tissues of the apical meristems that increase the length of the plant. While secondary roots, from secondary tissues of the lateral meristems give rise to the girth of the plant. Both structures are...
My great love of nature, animals and ever changing seasons is what first brought me to art at a very young age. I have done a great many things throughout my life, but the one constant has always remained; the love of art and of creating. By nature I'm very introverted, emotional and sensitive, although most would not see this unless they looked at my art, and many have referred to me as being "the romantic artist". I'm unsure whether I agree with the assessment, but my emotional sensitivity is very much in tune with my creativity. I would go so far as to say I am in tune with the world around me on sometimes a very raw level.
I have studied with some brilliant artists in the world as well as taken private art classes on a regular...
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