Hibiscus Blue 2

Monday, July 18th, 2011

Hibiscus Blue 2, art by Amy Crook

Hibiscus Blue 2, art by Amy Crook, $444

This second installment in my Hibiscus Blue series is much simpler. I constrained myself to 13 ink spirals, which turned into 13 salt formations. The blue-black pen dyes the salt a very compatible color to the shade the hibiscus tea turns when painted onto this paper, so the whole painting has a very harmonious feel to it. The tea starts out a bright ruby-red, and then changes in color from anywhere to a soft lavender to a deep, rich blue, depending on the amount of tea on the page, among other things.

The whole painting gives the feeling of rain softly pattering onto a pool of blue water, as the concentric rings of color fade and interact between each set of circles.

Hibiscus Blue 2, 7″x5″ mixed media on paper, $444, framed, with free shipping.

Hibiscus Blue 2, framed art by Amy Crook

Hibiscus Blue 2, framed art by Amy Crook, $444

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