Flowers can be powerful vehicles for meditation because there is something inherently relaxing about their form, which helps us channel our celebration of life. As Taoist expert Elizabeth Reninger notes: flowers are not just an “object” to focus on, but a “living being whose unique energy can be deeply healing.”
|Technique:||Mixed Media on Heavyweight Paper|
|Styles:||Abstract, Figurative, Conceptual|
|Contents:||Gesturalmarks, Brushstrokes, Flowers, Petals, Turquoise, Yellow, Golds, Nature, Abstract, Floral|
|Edition:||Original, one of a kind artwork|
|Unframed Size:||13in x 10in|
Vancouver area, British Columbia
Connie O’Connor is a Canadian artist whose focus is abstract art using acrylic and mixed media. She paints intuitively creating depth, movement and energy in each piece. She moves between abstracted landscapes and complete abstraction using colour, shape, form and texture to express herself.
"I consider it an honour when someone loves my work so much it becomes part of their home."