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“She Wanted To Show Me Her Bluo Lavender Waters” Painting

Amanda Flowers

United States

Painting, Oil Pastel on Wood

Size: 24 W x 48 H x 0.2 D in

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I pulled this image from some late night thinking. I used my face as a reference for both of these lovely characters. I use oil pastel because it gives a smooth blend and does not dry fast, allowing me to have more time to create a piece. I chose wood for this piece for its smooth surface that leaves a texture on its own.

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Painting:Oil Pastel on Wood

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:24 W x 48 H x 0.2 D in

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Amanda Flowers is an oil pastel painter, working from the Bay Area and Los Angeles. Flowers was studying to be an astrophysicist at Arizona State University when life rerouted her. She shifted back to California obtaining her AA in Entrepreneurship while taking qualifying art classes at Pasadena City College that helped her to be accepted into the art program at Cal State L.A.. Flowers still works within a scientific mind frame by understanding the ripple effect from creating thought provoking visuals. She applies quantum psychology in her work using cognitive redirection, where she paints visuals to help young Black kids gain comfortability in their own skin and to implicit an energy to help the older generation reshape themselves within their environment.  Amanda is known for her visually intense depictions on wood with her precision to specific details. Flowers's visuals range from depictions of her dreams, passed down memories from her grandparents to her intimate life. She believes she is shaping an alternate reality worked together with tones of black mythology and black euphoria providing emotional nuisances with undertones of oranges and blues. She is inspired by underground illustrators, animators and innovative painters from the Black community. Flowers's inspirations starts with the 1940’s Harlem Renaissance, admiring artists such as Romare Bearden and Emma Amos. Extending her range to Corky McCoy and Varnette P Honeywood, a theme shaped around black excellence. 

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