The green in this painting represents growth and signifies renewal.
The gold above the eyes represents success. Gold has been known to represent achievement and triumph for centuries.
According to www.adobe.com, many company brands use orange to convey a message of positivity. The color Orange is also attention-grabbing when combined with blue and green tones. Revealing one’s true self can be uneasy, let the orange be a reminder that being who you truly are without a mask is a beautiful thing.
The design is a mask that is crumbling and slightly mechanical which represents the robotic state society tries to place us in. We often have to wear a mask and uphold a character who isn’t truly who we are just to please those in the work place and all around us. This painting is a representation of breaking away from all of it and being who we truly are.
The name Blossom comes from the Japanese Cherry Blossoms painted on the side which is a symbol of blossoming after the mask is removed. In Japanese Folklore, the Cherry blossoms symbolize both death and birth, death and violence.
This piece was sold as an original and there are no current prints circulating.
Sale date and owner
February 19th, 2023
Buyer: Scott. E
Expected to increase yearly.
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