A sea of Wandering Impatiens flowers growing and spreading to their fullest bloom is a wonderful expression of color and natural beauty
I love the light pink tones with fuchsia since those are my favorite colors. In order to build these colors with pastels I used a very intricate layering process that uses at least 20 layers of pastel. This technique gives the colors the richness and density you see in the original pastel painting and this Archival Digital Fine Art I created.
Before I painted the original “Wandering Impatiens” I created a pencil sketch to scale. This was the blue print for the original pastel painting. After four months of painting I noticed that I could turn this art any direction and the composition will look great. My signature on the lower right side is the correct view for this painting. The Original Framed Pastel Painting 55″ X 47″, shows the flowers twisting and turning with the suns goodness always looking fresh and exciting. The painting is bursts with color.
This beautiful striking Archival Digital Fine Art “Wandering Impatiens” Silver frame that is semi-matte giving this 32″X 38″ its one of a kind status. I have heavily hand painted with layers of acrylic paint and touches of oil paint to give this art its unique look. The Pink, White, Fushia and Green combination of colors gives this unique and one of a kind art a splash of color as a focal point for any room. Then varnished with an Archival varnish for lasting protecting. The excitement of the flowers whirling in different direction holds your attention to the splendor of the composition.
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L.A. CLINE, Master Pastel Artist.