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Cascading Cymbidium by Kim Neil

I love my garden, what beautiful ever changing inspiration it brings me, especially at the moment as I spend more time at home, I am noticing more and enjoying more.
Years and years a go these beautiful cymbidium orchids were passed to me from my friend and relative Trang. They were overflowing and abundant. There were so many that I was able to pass on some also and since then they have provided me with so much pleasure. It is interesting how these majestic plants largely survive on neglect. Feed them too much, water them too much, give them too much light and they won’t flower. They love my vertical gardens where they get light but not too much and rain water but not too much. These have been the gift that keeps on giving.

Acrylic Paint on stretched canvas, ready to hang.

Signed on the front.

This artwork comes with an external frame, painted white Tasmanian Oak (lovingly made by me).

76 x 76cm canvas, 79 x 79 with frame.

Cascading Cymbidium

Kim Neil

AUD$1,500
Size: 79w x 79h x 4.8d cms
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Acrylic on stretched canvas, framed in tasmanian oak.

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Cascading Cymbidium by Kim Neil

I love my garden, what beautiful ever changing inspiration it brings me, especially at the moment as I spend more time at home, I am noticing more and enjoying more.
Years and years a go these beautiful cymbidium orchids were passed to me from my friend and relative Trang. They were overflowing and abundant. There were so many that I was able to pass on some also and since then they have provided me with so much pleasure. It is interesting how these majestic plants largely survive on neglect. Feed them too much, water them too much, give them too much light and they won’t flower. They love my vertical gardens where they get light but not too much and rain water but not too much. These have been the gift that keeps on giving.

Acrylic Paint on stretched canvas, ready to hang.

Signed on the front.

This artwork comes with an external frame, painted white Tasmanian Oak (lovingly made by me).

76 x 76cm canvas, 79 x 79 with frame.

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