Where did the inspiration for the oil painting “Roses on the Kitchen Table” come from?

"Roses on the Kitchen Table"

"Roses on the Kitchen Table"

Hi all,   This original oil painting of “Roses on the Kitchen Table” was inspired by a still life class, and Dan felt that the flowers looked as if they were picked by his grandmother from her garden, and placed in a glass bottle on her kitchen table-so this scene brought back memories of his childhood. When you look at this painting, don’t you feel as if you have been transported back in time to an old fashioned kitchen?

This painting was strictly composed by using the palette knife-giving the roses strength of color and depth and richness of chroma. Dan’s goal was to create a very old world feeling with this rendering of the flowers. You can really see the depth of the palette knife strokes, and the dimension added to the canvas.

“Roses on the Table” is on exhibit and for sale at Tea Haunt Canvas ( a tea house and art gallery) located in Hartford, Connecticut at 242 Trumbull Street. Their phone number is 860.278.7904 and website http://www.teahauntcanvas.com

Tea Haunt Canvas is a very interesting place to check out and hang out in. They feature local artists, have for sale exotic loose leaf teas (coffee too), handmade jewelry, and custom artwork for your home or office. Let them know that we sent you!

“Roses on the Kitchen Table” is also for sale on Yessy.com or you can contact us through our website: http://www.danielsdahlstromartist.com     We are happy to be of assistance.

Wishing you a good one.

Take care…

Dan (artist) and Nancy (author of Blog)

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