Artwork No. 9025

Every Scenery In Life Is Better With You



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Acrylic on Canvas


35 X 23 inch

Crafted Date

Jan. 22, 2020

Acrylic on Canvas (35 X 23 inch)

Crafted on Jan. 22, 2020



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Artist's description: Every scenery in life is better with you Yellow Daisy, Chrysanthemum and Leucadendron - By HSIN LIN 22/01/2020 Artist Acrylic on canvas. Sealed with clear spray varnish. Signed and ready to hang. Comes with certificate of authenticity. 91.4 x 60.8 x 3.5 cm Side panel painted: White. Affirmation: Practice love and courage every day. Yellow Daisy, a common daisy native to Australia, also known as Yellow Paper Daisy, Shiny Everlasting or Golden Everlasting, naturally grows in south eastern Australia occurring in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Australian National Territory and Tasmania. Yellow Paper Daisy stands for youthful beauty and gentleness. Some people look at the daisy to be a symbol of good luck. However, the most popular meanings attached to the daisy are loyal love, innocence and purity. Symbolic of powerful Yang energy, Chrysanthemums are believed to represent happiness, longevity, joy and attractant of good luck in the home. If you receive chrysanthemums from someone, it is a symbol of love. Leucadendron, native to Australia and South Africa, are often used to convey an appreciation for simplicity in life. The blossoms are uncomplicated and have a simple appearance to them. They may be used alone or paired with dark green foliage for bouquets. Simple beauty is one of the most popular meanings for this bloom. -WILD BOTANICAL ABSTRACT SERIES 2020 by H.Lin- Artwork inspired by nature in Prahran, Melbourne, Summer, 2020. -HSIN LIN


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