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Trees Metal Print featuring the painting Lost Love by Peggy Blood

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Lost Love Metal Print

Peggy  Blood

by Peggy Blood

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Lost Love metal print by Peggy Blood.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of a metal print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 1/16" thick aluminum. The aluminum sheet is offset from the wall by a 3/4" thick wooden frame which is attached to the back. The high gloss of the aluminum sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results.

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Comments (3)

Dan Earle

Dan Earle

There is such power and passion contained within this piece. Your work is such an inspiration. Savannah must be the correct environment for your spirit and creative expression. Thanks, Dan

Peggy  Blood

Peggy Blood

Symbolic of a lost love and hope of a brighter day: dead flowers and darkness represents death; bright sunshine is symbolic of hope and the future. Nude figures carved in the symbolic trees represent the lovers. Tree limbs frames the work, moss hangs on the left.

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About Peggy Blood

Peggy  Blood

Artist Statement: https://issuu.com/destig/docs/peggy_blood?fr=sYjI4YTMzNzU2MjE www.destig.com/current-issue (featured on page 456+): My work has evolved into novels of storytelling. Multiple images overlap to reveal an episode of life. The content may depict a regional landscape or figures in an expressionistic style. The paintings primarily explore and illustrate life, the understanding of that life, and ideas through colors, impasto texture, depth, and shapes, and within those frames, what is created is a responsive work of art. I start my paintings with an idea, impression, or a live image; this is used as a guide, knowing that eventually, the painting will take on a life of its' own. As I guide colors and textures across the...

 

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