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Acrylic on canvas, stretched and ready to hang.

Signed on the front.

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September 2020 - 2nd prize of National Mental Health Month Art Competition -Be your sunshine -by HSIN LIN

Be Your Sunshine - Sunflowers

40.6 x 50.8 X 1.5 cm
Acrylic on Acid free Gesso primed Canvas.
D-rings and wire attached at the back.
Signed at front and ready to hang.
Artwork painted extend to side panels.

Affirmation – When life gets cloudy, I will be your sunshine.

Sunflowers symbolize adoration, loyalty and longevity.
The blooms are known for a symbol of happiness, which making them the perfect gift to bring joy to someone you love or care about.
They are bright, cheery, warm and inviting as the sweet summer sun.
These flowers are very unique as they have the ability to provide energy in the form of nourishment and vibrancy, attributes which mirror the sun and the energy provided by its heat and light.

This artwork is painted during the lock down, a special isolation diary that I wrote with my paint brushes.
May we all bloom in our time in the best season. Hope you enjoy this artwork of mine.
Artwork inspired by nature in Bayswater, Melbourne, Winter, 2020. -HSIN LIN


-1st Sept - 1st Nov 2020 National Mental Health Month Art Competition @Mental Health Foundation Australia

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Artist Acrylic on Gesso primed canvas. Ready to hang, D rings and wire attached at the back. Comes with a certificate of authenticity. Artwork painted extend to side panels .

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Stretched and ready to hang

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In this series I painting flowers in full bloom, an interpretation of the vitality, also a salute to the golden age.
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Artist Acrylic on 290 gsm Premium Canson Canvas-textured Paper. 
Framed ready to hang. 
Artwork size - 60 X 42 cm.
Framed size 62 x 45 X 3.5 cm . 
Comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Pearl Powdered Pigments are used, it shines beautifully when you look at the physical painting. 

This artwork is also a set with -PRESENCE OF MIND - NOW - Eucalyptus Tree Bark.

Affirmation : I am that I  am, I am presence.

I painted this artwork in a chill afternoon, inspired by a piece of fallen gum tree bark that I picked up during a walk into the woods.
Eucalyptus tree have a symbolic meaning as Healing and Protection, which is also my favorite tree.
This time I study the colour combination dance on the tree bark instead of the flowers that I usually paint.
The brown , beige, dark grey and a hint of blue blended in a perfect harmony on the solid tree bark, under the autumn sun, brings out the peace and tranquility. 
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I am HSIN LIN , Full Time Artist based in Melbourne Australia , obsessed with the beauty of flowers . 
From where I live in Bayswater, there is a big field of forest nearby. 
My creating process normally start from a short walk into the woods, touching the texture of the barks, feeling the sunlight reflecting on the leaves and grasses . 
I then collect whatever I found during the walk as inspiration. 
Sometimes would be the gum tree, oak tree, pine tree leaves, or bird feathers; in autumn I have acorns, and wattles in winter. There's only one rule for my collecting process, never take from the living tree/life. 
I collect what had fallen only, and those are the gift from the nature of the day for me.

Please enjoy the colourful world of my original painting. 
If you love what you see, feel free to follow my profile to keep up with my latest work. 
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Warmest regards, 
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Artist Acrylic on Acid-free stretched gallery wrapped canvas. Signed at the front and ready to hang.
The artwork painted extends to all Side panels.
D rings and wire are attached at the back.
Comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Sealed with clear varnish.
76.2cm (W) x 76.2cm (H) x 3.5cm (D)
Affirmation: Love is not a simple task, but you make it easy to love.
This artwork was inspired by my visit to Royal Botanic Garden in Cranbourne. I was drawn immediately to this particular Eucalyptus macrocarpa tree in full bloom in the flowering season. I love the details on those large ovate grey leaves and the earthy tone on the plant.
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41cm (W) x 51cm (H) x 1.5cm (D)
Signed at front. Painted with palette knife and brushes.
Ready to hang - D rings and wire attached at the back.
Side panel painted: Blue
Artist Acrylic & Lace (Mix Media) on Gesso primed canvas. 
Comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Stand still and hold your heart close to mine, I will keep you safe.
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