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Floral art is the artwork that uses plant materials and flowers as the central subject to crate a pleasing and balanced composition.

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  • Peonies – Ruth Francis



    Framed 11.5 x 11.5″

    Acrylic on Panel

  • Still Life – Santiago II


    Still Life

    Framed 39.5 X 27.5”

    Oil on Canvas

    “A great artist (Edouard Monet) once said “Still life is the touchstone of painting. I live by that statement. In creating this piece, I wanted to take a classic approach with a modern twist and push the boundaries of the Still Life genre.”

  • Roses – Betty Grummer



    Gallery Wrap 9 x 12

    Acrylic on Cradle Board

    As Gertrude Stein would say, “Rose is a rose, is a rose, is a rose.” What more can be said?  Except to say it with two roses and a little gold leaf. 

  • Poppy Day – Betty Grummer


    Poppy Day

    Gallery Wrap 16 X 20”

    Acrylic Collage

    Poppies remind me of Poppy Day which was observed in my elementary school.  Mother would give me a dime to buy a red paper poppy. The red poppy is a symbol of all the soldiers who sacrificed their lives since World War One.  National poppy day in 2019 will be November 11th.

  • In Flander’s Field – Betty Grummer


    In Flander’s Field

    Gallery Wrap 16 x 20”

    Acrylic Collage

    Throughout history, after a major war, red poppies seem to pop up in the battlefields and on soldier’s graves.  Poppy seeds lay dormant in the soil and when the soil is heavily turned or dug up it causes them to sprout. The most detailed of this event took place in WWI “In Flanders Field”, Belgium.  In the craters where bombs fell and on the mounds of rubble, “Poppies Galore” bloomed everywhere.  The heavily churned earth and the high concentration of lime from the limestone buildings made the perfect catalyst for the poppies to grow.

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  • Poppies – Betty Grummer



    Gallery Wrap 9 x 12”

    Acrylic Collage on cradle board

    “Once I began painting these poppies I got more and more ideas of how to paint them differently. This time I wanted to paint a smaller substrate of poppies growing with the wind twisting and turning their fragile little stems and leaves. The composition became a picture of curves,  gold leaf and the color red.”

  • Life Through Bliss II – Regina Davis


    Life Through Bliss II

    Gallery Wrapped 60 x 48

    Oil on canvas

    “This painting represents the premise of my artwork – it wrestles with epic themes: eternal bliss (or perhaps the illusion thereof) versus the thorny injuries wrought by time and experience. You may find profoundly symbolic narratives of human nature and a testament to our existence in the presence of a larger spiritual reality – what we choose to believe and see or not.”

  • Pink Bliss – Regina Davis


    Pink Bliss

    Framed 21 x 27”

    Oil on board

    “How delicate are we in our humanity… Our mind is of such intricate lace and our soul pure and untouched as the petals in a flower.  We have to choose the flowers we want to wear on our crown, whether they are tough, everlasting, or carry thorns hidden underneath. We all carry our awareness, our blindness in our experiences.”

  • The Process of the Mind becoming Life – Regina Davis


    The Process of the Mind becoming Life

    Framed 20 x 20”

    Oil and Gold Leaf on Arches Paper


    “With this painting I try to describe how wild, beautiful, intricate, detailed and complicated our human mind can be, yet still growing and evolving every single day of our existence.”

  • Blindness II – Regina Davis


    “Blindness II” – Regina Davis

    Framed 13 x 15″

    Oil and Gold Leaf on Panel

    The idea of this painting came up the questioning of the phrase “Ignorance is Bliss”. What we choose to see and what we choose to blind ourselves with in order to accommodate the chaos of this world. Not forgetting, of course, the hidden thorns behind the blinding beauty of the flowers.

  • Redeemed – Sara Joseph



    Framed 21.5″ x 27″

    Watercolor on Paper

    This painting is a celebration of being redeemed from the curse of the law and given life and liberty in Jesus Christ! What an awesome blessing to now live this life in communion with God!

    “Christ has redeemed us from the curse of the law, having become a curse for us…” Gal 3:13 

    This was the curser we are redeemed from: “Cursed is the ground for your sake;
    In toil you shall eat of it, all the days of your life. Both thorns and thistles it shall bring forth for you.” Gen 3:18

    Every time I see a thistle in bloom, I am reminded of this precious blessing!

  • Unexpected – Sara Joseph



    Gallery Wrap 30 x 40″

    Acrylic on Canvas

    This painting is inspired by hollyhocks that I saw on the trail in Galilee in Israel. It is the product of a verse that I have been thinking about from Isaiah 35:1″…the desert shall rejoice and blossom like the rose.” To see the desert bloom is stunning, especially when I consider the sheer improbability of the Jews returning to their homeland, exactly as prophesied thousands of years ago! The Bible has a timeline of events that has unfolded exactly as its pages foretold. To expect the rest of the story is no great stretch of faith when you consider all that has already happened!