Florals for Spring? Groundbreaking

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  • Kerry-Anne Blanket
  • 07/09/2021

Your garden isn’t the only place where pretty Spring blooms should thrive this season. If you’re like me and are well and truly ready to exit winter to the scene for Spring, these floral artworks will have your home feeling warm, welcoming and joyful all year round! Whether you prefer the traditional rose or lean more towards the Australian native varieties, these paintings below are sure to delight.

John Earle
Flower Vase
Hand Painted Ceramic

 

Garden Flowers – Vase

 

Wild Garden – Ceramic

 

Petra Pinn
Lillies in Handmade Vase
Oil on Canvas 76x66cm

Painted by Petra Pinn in her studio from life. The beautiful flowers were gifted to her and she proudly positioned them into this coral themed ceramic vase. The vase is a unique creation of her daughter’s featuring coral like formations and colour.

 

Lilies in Handmade Vase

 

 

Sally West
Tuesday Mix
Oil on Canvas 90x90cm

 

Sally West always has a personal connection with the flowers she paints, whether she has picked them on a walk, received them as a gift or purchased them from her local fruit shop or florist. Her titles such as “A Bucket Full of Manly”, “My Birthday”, “Flowers from Sunday” or in this case “Tuesday Mix” offer hints of the story behind how each bunch have come to be the inspiration for the work. The flowers are arranged in her studio and captured in a single sitting before they turn.

Tuesday Mix

 

Cup Day Study (1.11.16)

 

Sally West
Adele’s Birthday
Oil on Canvas 100x100cm

 

Adele’s Birthday (14.5.19)

 

If you’re looking to introduce some floral elements to a coastal style interior, try integrating paintings of palms and pandanus, coastal succulents and any of the wild coastal flowers that flourish on the coastline. These new artworks by Steve Tyerman are perfect for combining Spring elements with a coastal theme.

 

Various Coastal Themed Floral Paintings by Steve Tyerman

 

When Nature Looks After Itself

 

Where The Bees Drink

 

Coastal Floral artwork by Steve Tyerman

 

Our Revels Now Have Begun

 

Sarah Waghorn Gorgeous Gumnuts and Kelly Anne Love Kookie Hanging at KAB Gallery

 

Celebrate Australian flora and fauna in your home with some unique works highlighting the palette and seasonal charm our local varieties have to offer.

Gorgeous Gumnuts

 

Natives From Old Pittwater Study

 

Cheeky Treats – Black Cockatoo

 

Strawberry Guava Thief

 

 

That’s all
Kerry-Anne Blanket, Director & Curator - KAB Gallery
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Kerry-Anne Blanket

Director & Curator - KAB Gallery

KAB Gallery’s Kerry-Anne Blanket holds a Bachelor of Visual Arts and two Masters degrees (Hons) from the University of Sydney. With an extensive career in art education along with the management of museums and investment art galleries, Kerry-Anne can offer premier art consulting to her clients and source specially requested works. 

She has a keen eye for detail, comprehensive art market knowledge and a love of all things beautiful. Kerry-Anne works directly with artists and collectors alike to curate interesting and eclectic exhibitions.