Valerie Hegarty
Flower Frenzy
Canvas, stretcher, acrylic paint, paper, glue, foil, glue, wire, artificial foliage and flowers, sand, thread
60 (w) x 91 (h) x 20 (d)
In Flower Frenzy, a historical Dutch still life paintings appears to have grown off the frame with each blossom becoming more robust until it takes a more sinister turn and seems to be invading the space referencing the virus that causes the stripes in tulips and Little Shop of Horrors.
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