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Carnations in Pink Vase with Peach

Zhi Li
Ugallery 5345189524 UGallery

Oil painting on Stretched canvas New

Finished black edges

Ready to hang


Signed on front


24" h x 18" w x 1" d |1 lbs. 10 oz.

In stock $1,700



Delicate pink and red carnations in a translucent pink vase on dark grey. Zhi conceived this scene as a backward curving 'C' design, with a special emphasis on the closest flowers. The light shines from the left, gently enveloping the blossoms.

Zhi Li

NEW YORK, New York

Becoming a professional artist has been Zhi Li’s dream since childhood. After graduating from an art and design university in Shangdong, China, she worked as a designer at an advertising agency, where she received a number of awards for her work. In 1998, Zhi says she moved to New York "to pursue the dream deeply rooted in my soul." She won a special grant to study oil painting at the Art Students League of New York. "I love painting still life - the concept, light, drama and beauty," she says. Her lush, blooming and often peak-ripe still lifes offer viewers a chance to appreciate the beauty of nature while also considering the fleetingness of the moment. Zhi continually focuses on accuracy, design, depth and drama in her art. She works from a studio on Riverside Boulevard in New York, overlooking the scenic Hudson River and Riverside Park.

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Zhi Li 12/17/2019 | 6:45 PM

Thank you for loving my painting and for your patronage! I really appreciate it and your feedback. I'm sorry to disappoint you, and in the future I will improve on it and finish the edge with paint, so that it will be more professional. Happy Holidays!

J Miller purchased this artwork. 12/16/2019 | 12:48 PM

The painting is beautiful and I love the way the light is captured. I was disappointed, however, to receive a painting with an edge that was “finished” with electrical tape.


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