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Yellow Daisy
Yellow Daisy

Acrylic on canvas 80 x 100 cm July 2015 This is a painting of a yellow orange flower of the daisy family on a green background. I was sure this flower is a daisy: It’s not! Daises are white with a yellow center, But they are probably from the same family. It’s big family of small but tenacious flower. I think one can feel the “strength" of the flower

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Orange asters
Orange asters

Acrylic on canvas 80 x 140 cm Jan 2015 At the end of the summer, I cut these flowers and put them in a vase. I liked what saw. Because the vase had no interest for me, I focused .once again, only on the flowers. I struggled with the background and decided finally for a dark blue and green.

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Two roses
Two roses

Acrylic on canvas 50 x 40 cm May 2015 This is a line painting of two white roses. These roses too are growing in my garden. It’ s not the first time I’m painting them and it won’t be the last. I’m making experimentations with my lines paintings. Sometimes only black lines on a neutral background. This time I painted blue lines on a off white, grayish, ochre background.

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Lines Bauhinia
Lines Bauhinia

Acrylic on canvas 99 x 80 cm Jan 2015 In Israel, due to their striking blooming, Bauhinia trees are very popular. They have pink or white big flowers. Because I am interested in the influence of our surroundings (internet and the news on our appreciation of reality, I decided to transform the flowers. To integrate the irritating flow of news and information, I decided to paint the flower with lines only, black on off white. However, the flower looks still like a flower.

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Poppies
Poppies

Acrylic on canvas 80 x 60 cm Feb 2015 I was not a big fan of Georgia O’ Keefe. But after painting flowers for a while I began to appreciate more her work. This painting is perhaps the closest to her style. The poppies grow every spring also in Israel and it’s such a pleasure for the eyes!

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Lines Daisy
Lines Daisy

Acrylic on canvas 80 x 100 cm Feb 2015 This is a line painting of a flower of the daisy family, an attempt to mix black and colored lines, to change the flower and to check if you can still recognize the flower.

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Black and White poppies
Black and White poppies

Acrylic on canvas 80 x 60 cm Feb 2015 The poppies grow every spring also in Israel and it’s such a pleasure for the eyes! However, because I am interested in the influence of our surroundings (internet and the news on our appreciation of reality, I decided to transform the flowers. This is also an attempt to make a black and white painting. Black lines on white background only!

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Newspaper Poppies
Newspaper Poppies

Acrylic and newspaper on canvas 79.5 x 59.5 Jan 2015 Poor poppies! Completely transformed by sad reality of life. The news are flowing and they are not good! They are still beautiful, with their newspaper petals and black, reddish heart.

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3 red asters
3 red asters

Acrylic on canvas 80 x 140 cm Jan 2015 At the end of the summer, I cut these flowers and put them in a vase. I liked their joyful recklessness.

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Lines Indian Cress
Lines Indian Cress

Acrylic on canvas 110 x 89 cm May 2015 In our vegetable garden, we use indian cress as a companion plant. For those who are not gardeners, it assists in the growth of others by attracting beneficial insects, repelling pests. It’s a strong, useful plant. It’s so widespread I think most people forget to appreciate its beauty. I hope this sketch will make you stop and really look at water cress next time you encounter it. One of the reasons I change the flowers is to draw more attention: a mysterio

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White Rose
White Rose

Acrylic on canvas 50 x 50 cm 2011 This is my first flower! We have some beautiful white roses in our garden. I was painting trees before and when I began to think about painting something else flowers came naturally to my mind. I decided to choose only one rose which will stand alone in all the canvas. Afterwards I was asked to do another rose for a commissioned work.

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3 red asters
3 red asters

Acrylic on canvas 80 x 140 cm Jan 2015 At the end of the summer, I cut these flowers and put them in a vase. I liked their joyful recklessness.

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Orange Orchid
Orange Orchid

Marker and colored pencils on paper 12 x 15.8 cm Aug 2015 When I saw these tiny flowers in a vase, I knew I had to paint them. I called them orange orchids but it doesn’t make justice to their splendid nuances of colors. I looked for their exact names. But forget it! It’s so difficult! Now that I’m painting flowers I feel I should take a course to know their name. I’ve made several tentative to use colored pencils. This is the first time I feel on the right path.

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White Lotus 3
White Lotus 3

Gouache on paper 13.7 x 17.3 cm July 2015 I’m always doing at least one sketch before I paint on a canvas. Sometimes I can’t stop myself: I do several sketches of the same flower. In fact, it’s not a problem: for me it’s and opportunity to check several paths.

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White Lotus 2
White Lotus 2

Gouache on paper 13.5 x 17.5 cm July 2015 This a small painting of a lotus, seen at the Jerusalem botanical garden: lemon yellow center, aquamarine blue shadow. “A souvenir is barely a lotus showing, through the water, its flooded face.” Carrera Andrade. I’m always doing at least one sketch before I paint on a canvas. Sometimes I can’t stop myself: I do several sketches of the same flower. In fact, it’s not a problem: for me it’s and opportunity to check several paths.

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Blue flower dream
Blue flower dream

Linoleum print and colored markers 14.5 x 14.5 cm Aug 2015 This sketch is so different of the original flower. It even doesn’t look really like a flower. But for me it is not an abstract painting. Is is a dream? A fading memory?

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