Watching Tulips, Original Collage art on Wood Panel 10x10"
This art takes its title from the Sylvia Plath poem, Tulips. While lying in a hospital bed, she complains the tulips were watching her. At times when we think we are alone, we really aren’t.
Do you see the cello peeking out from behind the tulips? They seem to almost have the same quality. This piece is full of layers and details to discover. You will notice something new each time you look at this painting!
These happy yellow tulips are the perfect to companion to your cottage or shabby chic decor, adding the beauty of flowers and a soft pop of sunshine for eternal springtime.
“Nobody watched me before, now I am watched. The tulips turn to me, and the window behind me “- Sylvia Plath, excerpt from Tulips
The artwork is signed without the copyright words which is a one of a kind signed piece. This is a signed original one of a kind artwork using highest grade artist materials and modern techniques.
DETAILS ABOUT THIS ART
TITLE: Watching Tulips
ARTIST: Miriam Schulman
Materials: Mixed media collage on wood panel- no framing is required