You don't have to break the bank in order to enjoy a gallery of wall hung salon-style with impressionist canvas artwork. Tali’s vibrant art comes to life with the texture and depth of a stretched custom canvas print. Even a small image or work of art can become a wall art canvas centerpiece in any room décor. Whether you choose a large canvas print or multiple canvases to brighten your walls, you can be sure that your space will sing will creative energy and joy.
Tali ensures her use of saturated color comes through with archival inks printing to premium mat or glossy canvas. Each canvas print is hand-crafted at one of our global production facilities using premium cotton / poly canvases. The art is then stretched on a wooden frame of 1.5" x 1.5" pine stretcher bars. Your museum quality canvas wall art will be shipped to you ready-to-hang with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.
Custom framing your canvas print is strictly optional. Talya Johnson’s colorful canvas art can be mirrored onto the cradle for a contemporary gallery wrap design. Add a splash of color to your living room, home office, or any DIY interior design project with a beautiful artistic home decor art.
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"Out of Dust" is an original impressionist oil painting depicting a vibrant pink blossoms of an old-world or vintage rose bush. It was painted as a demonstration for the Society of Washington Artists by Talya Johnson. Find links to the complete 3-part demonstration here: http://www.patreon.com/creation?alert=2&hid=1263448View more Artistic Home Decor Accesories featuring this original oil painting.
Behind the Canvas
I originally started this painting thinking it would be an easy subject for a demonstration for the Society of Washington Artists. I fell in love with the painting somewhere along the way.
The International Rose Test Garden, located in beautiful Portland Oregon, is the oldest of its kind in the United States. I entered the garden for the first time ever this summer. It was an amazing experience. Difficult to describe. I could just bathe in all the color, variety and fragrance. I never knew roses could grow so large, so small, so tall, and at such colors!! Some roses were dainty and elegant, others large and bold, there were old roses, new roses, single, double, and quartered, the bushes were upright, tall, climbing, rambling, crawling, and falling. And all were just roses!
I took many, many photos, most of them with a model, who was experiencing all this for the first time as well. It was a once-in-a-life-time experience that I will always cherish.
My intention was to start a body of figuratives featuring people interacting with the garden. This painting was just supposed to be for demonstration, for experience, for education purposes only.
For the demonstration, I wanted a strong abstract design to highlight the wonderful saturation range of a limited oil colour palette. I chose a larger canvas than I had painted on in quite a while to make it easier for the audience to see. I documented its making through youtube and Patreon videos. It became much more detailed than I intended. It was much more difficult that I had anticipated.
The demonstration went well. I felt so much connection to the audience, and chose to bring the pink roses oil painting to completion. At first I struggled with the meaning of this painting, its message to me. On a particular difficult day, a friend wanted to cheer me and texted lyrics to a favorite song. "You make beautiful things, you make things new, out of dust."
I found my meaning.
This painting is dedicated to my closest friends. Those that have helped me find meaning so many times through their persistence I continue to paint. It is also dictated to my first therapist who picked up my broken pieces...and taught me to make beautiful things, out of dust. ~Tali