Graphic Illustration/HP Vivera Inks, 405 GSM satin poly/cotton canvas
20" x 20"
DescriptionInspired by solitude and quiet during an early evening on Chautauqua Lake. As others gather during the dinner hour, one can sneak away for self-connection and reflection; listening to the water ripple while the echo of children laughing, and dogs barking is heard in the distance. It is in this moment the "Blues" enlighten. Faith / Hope / Peace / Wisdom A tribute to this exotic early summer bloom with its striking uniqueness and rich beauty. Irises are showy and complex in structure, and radiate healing energy. Their deep indigo blue color glistens and their iridescence is a symbol to embrace who we are, while accepting the change we go through.
About this Artist
The only thing more cheerfully optimistic than Pam Spremulli is her art. Most well known for her bright, bold colors, Pam takes the familiar and makes it the exceptional. “The mouse is my brush, the monitor my canvas” is how she describes her technique, “and not to forget a little dab of fun!”. Pam’s signature style of color and vibrancy has earned her recognition around the world with featured works in the Cuyahoga County (Ohio) Public Library and the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. She has won numerous awards including the GOLD Mom’s Choice Award for Distinctive Illustrations on her debut children’s book “Letter Birds”. Her mural work surrounds Cleveland, Ohio, and her landscape illustrations were featured on the World Wildlife Fund’s social media during Earth Week 2020. Pam is a faculty member at the Cleveland Institute of Art, College of Art and Design (CIA), and lives in Chagrin…View Full Artist Bio