Hydrangea Hedge

TM9291 Hydrangea Hedge 20×36 oil on panel

The hydrangea offers so many challenges. Not only are they lovely in bloom, but the range of colors they assume as they fade is nearly endless. Then there’s the off-symmetry of the flower heads, and how to paint the airiness of them. This painting is based on some photographs I took last summer. After working on a couple of hydrangea paintings, I’m beginning to see the potential for more….enjoy. Details below.

TM9291 Hydrangea Hedge – detail from upper left

TM9291 Hydrangea Hedge – detail from lower edge with fading blossom

TM9291 Hydrangea Hedge – detail from right side showing strong shapes created by a roller skipping across the surface of the panel

 

2 thoughts on “Hydrangea Hedge

    • Thank you Gregorio. It has taken me awhile to figure out those hydrangea – what a complex flower! The first dozen tries went in the circular file….r

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