Original artwork description:

This piece is a memory of the botanical garden in Ferrara, Italy.

It's a lovely sanctuary, a calming garden in the middle of town.
I wanted to convey the calm but also the wildness of the plants in this painting.

The work is done on 450 g/qm Hahnemühle acid free and age resistant watercolor paper and it needs a frame. I painted with high quality acrylic colors as well as oil pastel.

It is signed on the front and varnished to protect it against UV light.

50 x 64 cm / 19.7 x 25.2 in

Materials used:

acrylic and oil pastel

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#abstract #green #landscape painting #pink #floral #gift for her #on paper #emotive art #botanical garden 
Porta Mare (2022)
Acrylic painting
by Karin Goeppert

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This piece is a memory of the botanical garden in Ferrara, Italy.

It's a lovely sanctuary, a calming garden in the middle of town.
I wanted to convey the calm but also the wildness of the plants in this painting.

The work is done on 450 g/qm Hahnemühle acid free and age resistant watercolor paper and it needs a frame. I painted with high quality acrylic colors as well as oil pastel.

It is signed on the front and varnished to protect it against UV light.

50 x 64 cm / 19.7 x 25.2 in

Materials used:

acrylic and oil pastel

Tags:
#abstract #green #landscape painting #pink #floral #gift for her #on paper #emotive art #botanical garden 
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