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Hibiscus Pools

Friday, October 19th, 2012

Hibiscus Pools by Amy Crook

Hibiscus Pools by Amy Crook, $199

This piece is very cheerful and feminine, the shimmery pools of turquoise and salt circled by bright hibiscus pink. The thick, textured watercolor gives a wonderful background for the shiny paint and salt. The small size makes this the perfect thing to brighten up a little corner, adding color and sparkle to your daily life.

Hibiscus Pools, 4″x3.5″ salt and watercolor on paper, $199 framed, with free shipping.

Hibiscus Pools, detail, by Amy Crook

Hibiscus Pools, detail, by Amy Crook

Above, you can see the shining pink-purple and shimmery turquoise together catching the sunlight, the two metallic duochrome watercolors changing subtly as the light hits at different angles. Below, I’ve got the piece tucked into a temporary frame, though it will get a more careful framing before it comes to live at your house permanently.

Hibiscus Pools, framed art by Amy Crook

Hibiscus Pools, framed art by Amy Crook

  • Title: Hibiscus Pools
  • 4 in. x 3.5 in. duochrome watercolor and salt on watercolor paper
  • $199 for the original (tax will be added if you live in CA)
  • Frame is included at no additional charge to protect the delicate art during shipping
  • Shipping is free anywhere in the world
  • Payment plans are available, just email me
  • The button below will take you to Paypal – if you’d like to pay another way, just let me know and we’ll work it out

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