Toujours mieux avec du blanc (60 * 100 cm)

30 days
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An oil painting written with spatula by the talented Thai artist Kesorn Latnut. 

Image: Once again the artist fascinates and inspires us with her enchanting fantasy-like flower landscapes. 

Fluffy-looking white chrysanthemums growing on a tree branch in the center of the painting are surrounded by the tender rosy shades of cherry blossom. An observant viewer also notices a family of bright red ladybugs on the brown bark of the tree. 

Tender lighting together with the soft white and pink colors of flowers reminds us of the life’s beauty and fragility.

Strong points:

• It looks fabulous;

• A splendid view to greet you every time you wake up or enter the room;

• Adds a whole new layer of style and color to your interior design.

The paintings are made to order, which takes about a week. These are unique works, therefore there may be slight differences from the photo.

About the artist:

Kesorn Latnut was born in Chiang Mai, a city in Thailand well known for its picturesque views. From an early age she was praised for her bright artistic talent and passion for painting. In 2005 she pursued an art education at the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts of Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok.

For her works Kerson seeks inspiration from her flower garden where she spends hours writing her picturesque nature-inspired masterpieces. Her oil paintings balancing on the thin line between dreams and reality are full of love and joie de vivre. She reaches out to our hearts with the soft unobtrusive light and gentle calming colors of blossoming nature. The feelings of harmony and tenderness communicated by her works attract art lovers worldwide.

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