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"Flow" Obscure Bumblebee Painting 10x10

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Elevate your walls with this dazzling bumblebee painting by Aimee Schreiber. Featuring an exquisite black and yellow obscure bumblebee (bombus caliginosus) with a gold leaf halo surrounded by deep red rhododendron blooms, this vibrant painting invites you to embrace the power of focused action and interdependence. 

Experience the profound beauty of nature with "Flow," part of a new collection of botanical paintings featuring insects and flowers found in the Pacific Northwest. The intricate details, vivid colors, and rich symbolism of these paintings will uplift your space and your spirit. 

Symbolism: Bees remind us that abundance flows wherever we place our dedicated focus and action, opening our eyes to the beauty of our interconnectedness. Flowers remind us to open to the joy all around us and celebrate our cycles of growth, blooming, and resting.

Click to read more about the inspiration and poetry behind these insect paintings and view the full collection.

Details: This original artwork is a one-of-a-kind acrylic and gold leaf painting on 10 x 10 inch (25.4 cm) square stretched linen. The painting wraps around the edges and comes framed in an elegant black and gold float frame that measures 11.5 inches on the outside. The piece arrives ready to hang with a wire hanger so you can enjoy the art right away!

Using quality professional-grade materials, this gorgeous painting was made with an eye for detail and a love for nature's beauty. The rich colors and square shape together with natural elements, graphic forms, and metallic gleam create an artful, contemporary look that would look at home in an eclectic gallery wall or gracing a special wall on its own.

Artist:Aimee Schreiber. View all of her art and follow her @aimeeschreiber

Please note: Colors vary from screen to screen and are represented as accurately as possible. The metallic leaf and glossy, protective varnish create interesting, shimmering effects depending on the angle of the viewer.

*This piece is currently on display at Ossa Skinworks for Olympia Arts Month. It will be shipped at the end of May if you purchase it.