These large art prints of tropical rainforest plants display the vibrancy of their colorful foliage and leaf patterns.
Jill Booth has developed a series of large art prints from original paintings of the colorful foliage of tropical rainforest plants.
She says: “Tropical rainforest plants abound in my garden and I am amazed at the exciting leaf patterns and the vibrancy of their colorful foliage.
It is interesting, but understandable, that the plants that produce such brilliantly coloured rainforest leaves have rather insignificant flowers.
The eye-catching tropical rain forest plants that I most admire for their beauty and tenacity in the face of adversity (such survival skills!) are the croton family. Their waxy and brightly coloured leaves make such an attractive display, their wild color leaping out from a background of darker green bushes”.
Here they are! Choose your favourites and enjoy your tropical decorating! If you purchase two or more of these large art prints at the same time, a discount of 10% will apply.
Please click on each image to enlarge.
Above Left: Crotons 1 Right: Crotons 2
Above Left: Crotons 3 Right: Crotons 4
Above Left: Crotons 5 Right: Crotons 6
Large art prints on canvas or paper
“I started this series of six paintings with the thought that they could be made into large art prints, but the original oil paintings are only 45 centimetres square.
I spread the canvases out on my high printing table and worked on them as a group, turning them this way and that so that marks would line up, whichever way they were presented.
The overall composition was developed first using acrylic paints, as these dry quickly. Then I started with oil paints, building up colours and shapes in a way that seemed interesting and which imparted observations about characteristics of the plants and the amazing leaf patterns that Nature has devised.
I kept working on the group of paintings until the basic shapes and forms were complete, then developed each one separately, applying one colour to each, letting that dry then using the next colour. The whole job took me about four or five weeks.
Once the paintings were thoroughly dry I took them to Lee Middleton from High Scan in Cairns to be scanned and printed. Lee uses only quality inks, substrate and varnish”.
GICLEE PRINT PRICES:
Limited edition of 50 each size on canvas and on paper : Please see prices on the right of this page.
Framed fine art prints:
Purchase of unframed prints is encouraged for two reasons.
1. You are free to choose your own size and style of matt, frame or stretcher.
2. Postage is less.
However, we are here to help so if you would like an obligation-free quote for framing please let me know via the form below.
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