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Love Forever –Protea, Waratah, Banksia and Leucadendron by H.Lin

  • 40.6 x 50.8 x 4 cm
  • 23/10/2023
  • Acrylic on Acid-free , premium pine frame double thick canvas (deep edge) canvas. Painted with palette knives and brushes.
  • Sealed with clear spray varnish. Side panels painted.
  • Signed at the front and ready to hang.
  • Comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Affirmation: Love goes on in the joyous season.

To experience the seasons, it has become a routine of mine to paint the first bloom around my surroundings, during its flowering season. This artwork was inspired by a day trip to Queenscliff, Victoria. This gorgeous bouquet caught my attention. All the native flowers in this flower arrangement bloom gloriously just like the beautiful sunny day that we had that day. This is my 2nd depiction of the beautiful bouquet, the former one was painted in a bigger size.

The Red Waratah flower (Telopea), native to the south-eastern parts of Australia – New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania, is the symbol of undying love.  The bright red Telopea speciosissima is also the NSW state emblem.

The inflorescence of Proteaceae is often large, blooming in brightly, vivid colour, consisting of many small flowers densely packed into a compact head or spike. There’s also a saying that the aboriginal people soaked the Waratah in water and drank it as a tonic of strength.

The white Protea Niobe (Protea magnifica x laurifolia) has light yellow flowers with trims of soft black, purplish foliage that outline the tips of the petals. Protea is also associated with change and transformation, and diversity.  I am especially in love with the story behind the name: In Greek legend, proteas were named after Proteus, the son of Poseidon. A sea god who had the power to know all things past, present, and future.

Banksia menziesii, also known as firewood banksia or strawberry banksia. Leaves are dull green with new growth in greyish green. Flowers are often in two-coloured red or pink and yellow.

Menzies Banksia is commonly seen in Australian Parks and gardens, it provides food for animals and birds, in particular- honeyeaters.

Banksia symbolizes rebirth and new beginnings. To move on from the past courageously, to have the strength to look forward to tomorrow.

Leucadendrons are often used to convey an appreciation for simplicity in life. The blossoms are uncomplicated and have a simple appearance to them. Simple beauty is one of the most popular meanings for this bloom.

As for my all-time favourite – Pine leaves, are often considered to be a symbol of longevity and endurance because of their ability to withstand harsh conditions.

All the native blossoms bloom gloriously. A precious memory that I would like to cherish forever. Therefore, I have the title – Love Forever, for this particular artwork.

Flowers always bloom in their own time without competing with other flowers. May we all bloom in our time in the best season. Hope you enjoy this artwork of mine.

– WILD BOTANICAL ABSTRACT SERIES BY HSIN LIN-

Artwork inspired by nature in Queenscliff, Australia, Spring 2023. -HSIN LIN

Love Forever –Protea, Waratah, Banksia and Leucadendron

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Love Forever –Protea, Waratah, Banksia and Leucadendron by H.Lin

  • 40.6 x 50.8 x 4 cm
  • 23/10/2023
  • Acrylic on Acid-free , premium pine frame double thick canvas (deep edge) canvas. Painted with palette knives and brushes.
  • Sealed with clear spray varnish. Side panels painted.
  • Signed at the front and ready to hang.
  • Comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Affirmation: Love goes on in the joyous season.

To experience the seasons, it has become a routine of mine to paint the first bloom around my surroundings, during its flowering season. This artwork was inspired by a day trip to Queenscliff, Victoria. This gorgeous bouquet caught my attention. All the native flowers in this flower arrangement bloom gloriously just like the beautiful sunny day that we had that day. This is my 2nd depiction of the beautiful bouquet, the former one was painted in a bigger size.

The Red Waratah flower (Telopea), native to the south-eastern parts of Australia – New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania, is the symbol of undying love.  The bright red Telopea speciosissima is also the NSW state emblem.

The inflorescence of Proteaceae is often large, blooming in brightly, vivid colour, consisting of many small flowers densely packed into a compact head or spike. There’s also a saying that the aboriginal people soaked the Waratah in water and drank it as a tonic of strength.

The white Protea Niobe (Protea magnifica x laurifolia) has light yellow flowers with trims of soft black, purplish foliage that outline the tips of the petals. Protea is also associated with change and transformation, and diversity.  I am especially in love with the story behind the name: In Greek legend, proteas were named after Proteus, the son of Poseidon. A sea god who had the power to know all things past, present, and future.

Banksia menziesii, also known as firewood banksia or strawberry banksia. Leaves are dull green with new growth in greyish green. Flowers are often in two-coloured red or pink and yellow.

Menzies Banksia is commonly seen in Australian Parks and gardens, it provides food for animals and birds, in particular- honeyeaters.

Banksia symbolizes rebirth and new beginnings. To move on from the past courageously, to have the strength to look forward to tomorrow.

Leucadendrons are often used to convey an appreciation for simplicity in life. The blossoms are uncomplicated and have a simple appearance to them. Simple beauty is one of the most popular meanings for this bloom.

As for my all-time favourite – Pine leaves, are often considered to be a symbol of longevity and endurance because of their ability to withstand harsh conditions.

All the native blossoms bloom gloriously. A precious memory that I would like to cherish forever. Therefore, I have the title – Love Forever, for this particular artwork.

Flowers always bloom in their own time without competing with other flowers. May we all bloom in our time in the best season. Hope you enjoy this artwork of mine.

– WILD BOTANICAL ABSTRACT SERIES BY HSIN LIN-

Artwork inspired by nature in Queenscliff, Australia, Spring 2023. -HSIN LIN