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Majestic Glory

Description : Influence:
The Egyptians were likely influenced by Greek mythology and used the iris to symbolise their connections to heaven. By the middle ages, France took up the gauntlet and began to use iris flowers to symbolise royalty and power. In fact, it is the iris that inspired the fleur-de-lis, the National symbol for France.

The Bearded Iris shape and patterns make this flower a most fascinating subject This is my interpretation of this most gorgeous flower. I wanted this piece to be bold, bright and happy. I chose the iris as it has so much interest when admired either in the garden or in a vase.

This piece of art will definitely capture the attention of all who gaze upon it. This timeless flower setting will suit both traditional and contemporary environment, whether it be hung in the grand foyer of a large home or in a cosy lounge or bedroom. The “in-situs” in this gallery depict the many variations of settings this magnificent acrylic piece feels at home in.

Specifications: Quality acrylics and inks used giving long lasting rich pigmentation/lustre. Designed on acid free environmentally unbleached cotton duck, gallery folded corners, triple coated with universal primer with a Protective Matte Varnish applied to protect work. Ready to hang. Signed by the artist.

NRN # : 000-37589-0281-01

DIMENSIONS : (Height - 91.40 cm X Width - 91.40 cm )

Medium on Base : Acrylic on Stretched Canvas

Genre : Still Life

Status : For Sale

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Copyright : © Treena Seymour

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"An everchanging palette of colour infussed with energy and movement through paint and texture"

"Discovering a passion for art at a young age was the beginning of a long creative journey. After Secondary College, I completed a two year Fine Art and Design Course at TAFE. Struggling with funds saw me look for full time employment. With the skills I had learnt and my willingness to learn, I secured full time work in an Art Department at a large Offset Printing Firm. I continued my full time work in this field for many years. In my spare time I dabbled in my true love of drawing and painting; commission pieces and my own fave subjects which I was lucky to sell.

Last year was a big move from full time Graphic Designer to full time Artist. Having my own Home Studio allows me to concentrate on my true passion now.

Searching original techiques with different angles is nothing new for me. Finding ways to put my work "out there" is a constant challenge and one I love.

Not being content with the traditional approach alone, I find myself searching ways to tweak it a little, to "think outside the square" adding extra visual enticement. Exploring new concepts, ideas, having a keen imagination for creating new scenarios using other mediums, materials and texture is also fun and lets face it, this is why I paint.......I love the creative journey.

Like a lot of things around us which evolve, so does the world of art. I am not trying to create a new "movement" in teh cycle, merely move with my own artistic ideas and creative ability to keep in line with todays tgrends.

My paintings are a reflection on how I see our beautiful world and all it envelopes. My passion for life and its beauty is portrayed in every piece of my work. Art gives me the license to freely express myself, a way to share my individuality and how I see the world, one which I hope you will enjoy as you browse through my works".

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