Poppies in watercolor framed print by Rafael Salazar. Bring your print to life with hundreds of different frame and mat combinations. Our framed prints are assembled, packaged, and shipped by our expert framing staff and delivered "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.
Poppies in watercolor A Collection of Flowers and Nature as seen by Rafael Salazar. Artist from Colombia Copyright 2016 - All rights... more
Poppies in watercolor A Collection of Flowers and Nature as seen by Rafael Salazar. Artist from Colombia Copyright 2016 - All rights reserved.
Featured in the following Fine Art America groups: A Taste of Impressionism content 11/2021 1st Place tie The Gallery Wall 04/22/2017 1000 Views on 1 image 12/02/2016
Unique watercolor strokes make this collection a perfect match for any decor. Soft delicate yet vibrant and full of life with a twist of Abstract.
I utilized watercolor on canvas using a new product called Golden Absorbent Ground. This acrylic liquid surfacing medium dries to a high absorbency, porous, paper-like surface. Applied over a gessoed canvas, it allows for raw canvas-like staining techniques and water media applications with acrylic or watercolor paint. Lightfast, permanent, and flexible. Great product.
Flowers bring us into the world of Love, Cheer, Happiness, Health, Friendship, Hope and many beautiful feelings.
About Rafael Salazar
May 2024 be the "Year for Peace".
Born in Cali, Colombia back in 1944.
Barranquilla introduced him to the world of arts amongst some of the most renowned Colombian artists from el "Grupo Barranquilla: during the La Cueva era.
He owned an Art Gallery on Sunny Isles Boulevard, Miami Beach, Florida; where he taught young artists who recently graduated from Gainesville University: "The Art of finding the Inner Artist within You".
An introspection of the artist's own mental and emotional processes when defining which type of Art most sincerely reflects his or her artistic personality.
~Rafael defies the assumption of his medium by employing techniques to push his images toward abstraction.~
He has always been ahead of the times... An...