About this artwork
Can you spot the bee? Bee Happy - original painting by Eve Sellars.
Oh those beautiful bees! My beehive keeps my entire family in honey all year round, and I love watching them frolick, even on a winter's day. It was irresistible to include one in my latest artwork.
My art explores the colour and form of Australian native flora - in this painting, eucalyptus leaves from a tree near my studio and of course a happy bee - in a familiar and pleasing composition. Teal, aqua, grey and pink all feature here, intermingled and layered to produce depth, light, and serenity.
This happy painting, which features a bee taking nectar from a eucalyptus flower, was created using professional artist acrylic colour on gallery wrapped canvas over the course of several sunny afternoons. The edges are painted very pale grey. There are felt pads in the back corners to protect your wall.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Born into a family of musicians, authors, actors, photographers and painters, it was natural that life lead me here, poised at the canvas, brush in hand. I live entirely off-grid at my bushland home in rural Victoria with hubby, dogs and a gorgeously prolific vegetable garden.
I use art to express my immense - well, let's say obsessive - passion for the indigenous landscape, which is easily recognised in my vibrant colourful and sensitive artworks. Luscious layers of pigment are applied with energy and spontaneity, often switching from brush to palette knife to provide additional texture and depth to my paintings.
Like something similar in a different size or using different colours? I am really happy to discuss commission requests.
Please note, I do not produce prints or absolute replicas of my artwork. Your painting is one-of-a-kind.
My paintings are treated with the greatest care throughout their life in my studio and home, or at exhibitions where they may temporarily hang. Your new artwork will be carefully wrapped in bubble-wrap and sturdy cardboard.
This artwork is available right now, with delivery via Australia Post.