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ORIGINAL CHARCOAL PENCIL DRAWING "Tulipa I," 14 X 11" $425

This Original Charcoal Pencil Drawing is created on 14 x 11" acid-free 2-ply white Bristol paper. In order to preserve the freshly drawn quality of the drawing, it is not sprayed with a fixative. $425

"Tulipa I" is signed by the artist, shipped flat in a protective plastic sleeve and a board-backed envelope, and ready for framing.

I have long been attracted to the distinct beauty of the red and white Parrot Tulip. I am mesmerized by the strong color contrasts as well as the undulating edges of this tulip's petals which provide a strong sense of movement to the viewer, and have built a series of drawings from my observations, "The Tulipa Series," comprised of six charcoal pencil drawings.

In "Tulipa I," I was interested in achieving the broad expanse of the petals, reminiscent of the outstretched wings of angels.

Special Note: "Tulipa I" was chosen for the "Dreaming Snowflakes into Tulips" Treasury curated by Desideratum on February 6, 2011. To view the Treasure, please visit: http://www.etsy.com/treasury/NTE3NzY4MHwzNjM1OTE/dreaming-snowflakes-into-tulips?index=0


ORIGINAL CHARCOAL PENCIL DRAWING "Tulipa II," 11 X 14" $425

This Original Charcoal Pencil Drawing is created on 11 x 14" acid-free 2-ply white Bristol paper. In order to preserve the freshly drawn quality of the drawing, it is not sprayed with a fixative. $425

"Tulipa II" is signed by the artist, shipped flat in a protective plastic sleeve and a board-backed envelope, and ready for framing.

I have long been attracted to the distinct beauty of the red and white Parrot Tulip. I am mesmerized by the strong color contrasts as well as the undulating edges of this tulip's petals which provide a strong sense of movement to the viewer, and have built a series of drawings from my observations, "The Tulipa Series," comprised of six charcoal pencil drawings.




"Tulipa II" is a Digital Print of the Original Charcoal Pencil Drawing. The drawing is signed by the artist, shipped flat in a protective plastic sleeve and a board-backed envelope, and ready for framing.
Digital Print 11 x 8.5" $18

I have long been attracted to the distinct beauty of the red and white Parrot Tulip. I am mesmerized by the strong color contrasts as well as the undulating edges of this tulip's petals which provide a strong sense of movement to the viewer, and have built a series of drawings from my observations, "The Tulipa Series," comprised of six 14 x 11" charcoal pencil drawings.

My goal in "Tulipa II" was to capture the rounded form of the Parrot Tulip—the solidity of the form about to open. The challenge for me was to be able to feel that form; mission accomplished.

In order to preserve the freshly drawn quality of the drawings, they are not sprayed with a fixative. The drawings are signed by the artist, shipped flat in a protective plastic sleeve and a board-backed envelope, and ready for framing.

Original Charcoal Pencil Drawing, 14x11". $425



"Tulipa III," an original charcoal pencil drawing of the Parrot Tulip, is now available as an Archival Giclee Print. Details include: 12 x 9.25 inches on acid-free premium archival matte paper with a 1" white border to allow for future matting and framing; signed by the artist; shipped flat in a protective plastic sleeve and a board backed envelope, and ready for framing. $57.

Note: Giclee Prints last for generations--upwards to 200 years.



"Tulipa III" is a Digital Print of the Original Charcoal Pencil Drawing. The drawing is signed by the artist, shipped flat in a protective plastic sleeve and a board-backed envelope, and ready for framing.

Digital Print 11 x 8.5" $18

"Tulipa III" is also available as a giclee print - 12x9.25" $57

I have long been attracted to the distinct beauty of the red and white Parrot Tulip. I am mesmerized by the strong color contrasts as well as the undulating edges of this tulip's petals which provide a strong sense of movement to the viewer, and have built a series of drawings from my observations, "The Tulipa Series," comprised of six charcoal pencil drawings.



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