Yellow Lady Slipper and Trillium

Yellow Lady Slipper and Trillium

Oil on Canvas             43″X 39″       Collection of George and Ellen Gray

~ by Sandra Lynn Gray on June 21, 2007.

3 Responses to “Yellow Lady Slipper and Trillium”

  1. The juxtaposition of sky and pond forms a solid foundation for the lush and eerily vibrant foreground. There is a dangerous, almost sinister sensuality, as if this saturated forest is sucking the viewer in or perhaps growing up around him. The composition of both line and color are exquisite, perfect. Yellow Lady Slipper and Trillium is truly a powerful painting. Good work.

  2. Lovely Picture, it is like standing at a shadowy cave enterence ,looking over a lake .One of the nicest pictures i have seen in some time .

  3. My first impression was that it was a stained glass piece! The foreground and background lighting is well done.

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