Bold colours combined with the silky texture communicated in each petal are sublime. The contrast is delightful as it beckons you to imagine the scent embraced in each blossom. But this is no secret garden; this is a canvas where unbridled beauty produces a state of exhilaration and peace at one and the same time. Joy joins the emotional response.
Because she paints in an impressionistic style, light and its effects create different moods in Larkin-Dion’s work. Softened by mist and light, many of her works move from the obvious to the muted. They almost seem like works of watercolour, but they are in oil.
Just when you think Larkin-Dion is defined as a femme artistique des fleurs, you’ll be caught off-guard when you see her Starry Starry Knight painting. It is a paradox on the title of Van Gogh’s famous painting. Now look at what she has created, and you’ll see nothing else resembles the subject in that masterpiece.
Mother and Child is another figurative work is a tribute to all new mothers at their most tender moment.
Buildings and view broadness also capture her painterly eye. Her cityscape of
Abstracts, portraits, churches and doorways also figure in her repertoire. In fact, there is nothing she can’t paint. Yet a copyist she is not!
Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is another surprise. Her paintings are priced within reason. She is a sought-after artist, who believes bringing pleasure to someone through her art is another reward!