Hidden Mountain Tiger Lilies | Original Oil on Board
The original Mountain Tiger Lilies Oil Painting is inspired by one of the many hidden forest locations found throughout PA. For this piece I wanted to step out of the usual landscapes I paint. Why? Because, I was lucky enough to find a hidden patch of wild lilies. It must have been a variety of species, as they have assorted colors of orange and white all intermingled. This gave me the chance to play with my favorite complimentary color combination between the light and shadow parts of the flowers. I was able to get such a variety and depth in both colors and variations, that this quickly became my favorite paintings.
Mountain Tiger Lilies was painted by artist and illustrator Andrew Gaia. In addition, he painted it in an impressionist style, utilizing the Alla Prima, Plein Air technique. Meaning, painted all at once, out in the wilderness where the location now sits. Also, Andrew utilizes the wet on wet technique, balancing thick over thin layers of paint. So, the result is a multi-layered impressionist piece that perfectly captures the many layers of depth throughout the foliage. These lilies have a subtle beauty, in color and light, that sparkles from the secret mountain location.
.: Material: 185 gsm high-gloss poster paper
.: Horizontal and vertical options available
.: Four sizes to choose from
.: Assembled in the USA from globally sourced parts
.: NB! Each poster features a white 0.2'' border with a small barcode
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