This Amanogawa variety of Japanese cherry smells like cotton candy and has a delicate blossom. They are a common yet treasured sight during spring on the West Coast.
This artwork exhibits online-only as a recognized artwork. Within our organization, recognized artwork has met the standards required to participate in our exhibitions.
However, due to the volume of successful submissions to this exhibition, we can't fit all pieces in our in-gallery exhibition!
This feature is qualifying towards Signature Status with the Federation of Canadian Artists.
|Technique:||Oil on Canvas|
|Styles:||Impressionism, Realism, Fine Art|
|Contents:||Plant, Flower, Blossom, Cherry, Cherryblossom, Tree, Nature, Floral, Still Life|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Framed Size:||11in x 11in|
|Unframed Size:||10in x 10in|
Chilliwack, British Columbia
Laurinda Lee paints representational oil paintings that bring colour and light to everyday subjects that surround us all. She paints in a close and intimate way that transforms her subjects into portraits that are vibrant, calming and evoke the senses.
"My art is for the person who appreciates the simple things in life, yet loves adding richness to their soul."