Limberness- Tulip flower Painting
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Size: 80cm x 120cm (31.5"x 47")
Medium: Oil on Deep profile Canvas
About this painting: 'Limberness' : having a supple and resilient quality (as of mind or body) : agile, nimble. : capable of being shaped : flexible.
This big flower painting features three blooming 'La Belle Epoque' Tulips, opening their petals on a warm Spring day. Their warm tones of amber, gold, magenta & burnt orange create a comforting & joyful atmosphere & create a stunning focal point to a room.
whilst painting ny thoughts centered around how in life we become attached to ways of doing things, beliefs, we think are strengths & use to plough through life. We become so enmeshed that we feel it’s the only way of doing things.
But being limber, learning to bend with the wind, to flex when pushed by pressure rather than breaking can open up new worlds of possibility.
We like to be in control of how we work, play, manage relationships but there is always a price to pay, a cost to following habits & beliefs too stubbornly. Costs on our health, effects on our wellbeing.
Learning to be limber, to bend & adapt, to do things in new ways. Letting go of all that control can be freeing. Taking a moment to really see what is best for you can have huge rewards.
In applying a bit of limberness we can find other options. When we give ourselves options, we can find a new freedom & unattachment which lets us flow & be so much more relaxed & easy about life. In bending we can find strength, rather that fighting to stand strainght against the prevailing wind, flexing & going with it is so much easier & when the storm passes we can stand tall again.