Tulips for Spring

“Tulips” 18′ x 19″ Charcoal on Paper, 2019

It’s spring. The plants in our yard are looking less like sticks and weeds and are growing new leaves and flower buds. We can finally start identifying what was planted here, and see what thrives in this milder climate.

These tulips were the first flowers I brought into our Maryland home, and I was really interested in the view from above. I chose to continue working in charcoal, reducing the piece to an artwork composed of light and shadow.

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