Showing Soon! At the West Virginia Cultural Center in the Capitol Complex in Charleston.
In this painting Bearded Beauty I show the bloom from a bee's point of view. The zebra stripes of the petals help guide the bee in towards the pollen not unlike the way that aviation lines at an airport guide a flying craft into position for a safe landing. However, in this case, the flower relies on the pollinator to continue the species well into the future.
Painted on a gallery wrap canvas, this oil painting continues around the nearly 2" deep edge and adds dimension to the piece. The artist uses archival quality materials and a UV coating finish for lasting impressions. This painting is custom framed in a deep, custom floater that reveals the edges of the painting and is wired, ready to hang in your home or office.
One of a series of award-winning paintings on garden blooms by Pat Cross.