Amaranth Pink No. 8 Painting by Cheryl Johnson

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Painting: Acrylic, Latex, Graphite on Paper.

Cheryl Johnson
NO. 8 AMARANTH PINK TerraSkin Stone Paper 16PT (28 x 38) --- Mixed Media: Oil, Acrylic, Oil Crayon, Pastel, Latex TMIHEUC:

Ready to roll up and place in tube to ship for you to frame. Exciting colors that will blend perfectly in your environment. Abstract Expressionist style. The color amaranth pink is fused with passion and is prominent color displayed in this painting

The flowers of Kauai are numerous and beautiful and although Amaranth are not native of Hawaii the cocks comb on the roosters of the island remind me of this flower. Amaranthus hypochondriacus L. Family: Amaranthaceae Common Names ~Red Cock's Comb~ ~Lady Bleeding~ ~Love-lies bleeding~ ~Prince's Feathers~ ~Flower Gentle~ ~Flower Velour~ ~ ~Pilewort~ ~Prince's Feather ~Velvet flower ~ Amaranth comes from the Greek word meaning ~never-fading flower.~ Amaranth is believed to have been a staple in the diet of pre-Columbian Aztecs, who thought that it gave them supernatural powers and incorporated it into their religious ceremonies. Painted for you to enjoy. This work was created on Terraskin paper an environmentally green printing paper; cradle-to-cradle certified made from stone. Fused, archival, signed and dated on the back, the painting comes with a digitally registered Certificate of Authenticity. NOT FRAMED. Will ship directly to you rolled and carefully wrapped..



Amaranth Pink No. 8

Cheryl Johnson

United States


Size: 38 W x 28 H x 0.1 in

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