Field of Yellow FlowersVahe Yeremyan
Oil painting on Stretched canvas
Finished white edges
Ready to hang
Signed on front and back
45 " h x 30 " w x 1 " d |3 lbs. 0 oz.
A spring meadow bursts with wildflowers in orange, pink, purple and blue. The scene recedes into a high horizon line, drawing the eye to the distant clouds. Very active brushwork intimates a windy day, and the chance of rain. Part of Vahe's long-running series of forest scenes. Following in the tradition of the French Impressionists, he returns to painting the same locations at different times of the day and year to capture the changing light and colors of the landscape.
Granada Hills, California
Vahe Yeremyan is an Armenian-born painter who offers a contemporary perspective to the 19th century masters of impressionism. His land- and cityscapes convey the delicate and sublime beauty of both the natural and manmade world. To evoke a sense of movement and changing light, while still conveying recognizable forms, he juxtaposes colors and shapes. Vahe describes art as an indelible part of his identity. He is formally trained and has a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in painting and a PhD in Fine Art Therapy.
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Thank you for the "Grand Sunset!" We love it in our home and whenever we look at it we smile. It is such a peaceful, happy and gorgeous piece of art!- P Hendrix
I love Vahe Yeremyan's paintings! I would buy all of them if I could! "Spring Field" is gorgeous!! Thank you Vahe!- P Smith