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Bluebell Dance

Amanda Dagg
Ugallery 5345194966 UGallery

Acrylic painting on Stretched canvas New

Painting wraps around edges

Varnished and Ready to hang


Signed on front and back


24" h x 24" w x 1.5" d |2 lbs. 6 oz.

In stock $650



Artist Amanda Dagg takes inspiration from these blue flowers found in Wales, the United Kingdom where she used to live. "I painted this particular variety of bluebells as it was under threat in Britain from hybridization with non-native bluebell species," explains Amanda. The whimsical-looking florets create a carpet of vivid color in the ancient woodlands yearly in the spring. "They are often seen as a symbol of gratitude and everlasting love."

Amanda Dagg

Penticton, Canada

Artist Amanda Dagg paints richly textured landscapes brimming with colorful flowers. "I want people to feel a bit of joy, happiness or love, and a sentiment of peace and stillness when viewing my art," says Amanda. At the age of 10, a family friend taught her how to paint using a palette knife. Later in school, her art teacher guided her on how to meditate before drawing and painting. However, it wasn’t until pursuing evening art classes as an adult that Amanda was encouraged to become a professional artist. "My tutor believed in me before I believed in myself," she remembers. At the time, Amanda had four small children and wasn't able to develop relationships with local galleries, so she began showing her work online. She painted prolifically and soon made connections around the world. Today, she's sold over 3,000 paintings online and in galleries. Her patrons include private collectors, nightclubs, churches, and restaurants, and even a Premier League football player. When she's not painting, she loves spending time in nature, camping, kayaking and bird watching.

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