Spring Rain in Art
Spring Rain in Art is something I would guess not too many people think about. I certainly did not until I began looking at the reflections the surface of the water creates in some photographs. It also seems to me the colors wake up and are new in Spring. When I first looked at it, the painting featured above looked like the southern part of the globe, featuring South America and Africa. But after closer inspection, the ocean between them was only the reflection of a leaf. I was reading more into it than was there.
Even though I am not a spider fan, I couldn’t help but notice the beauty of her web and the raindrops that fell on it in a photograph taken by my former co-worker, Jen Andrews, who has an eye for picking out beauty in unexpected places.
I took the picture of this Spring Rain in Art on the 4th of February, and there is snow around it, the spider and her web are covered with Spring Rain in Art. These two reverse painting on glass each measure 11″ x 14″, with the solid mahogany frames being larger.
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