Rainbow Lorikeet Painting by Hazel Miller

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Rainbow Lorikeet

Hazel Miller

United States

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This still life represents the act of creation, both in life and in art. The tropical bird in flight is a mysterious creation of natural selection, and the brush belongs to the artist; it is unusable, hardened with a thick layer of white paint, a sign of an artistic drought (a period of less resources). The brush and jar were painted from direct observation, while the bird was a distant model; the artist notes, "this specific bird probably lived far away, and has probably died by now, but its image lives on through the Internet and this painting." The large, quick brushstrokes of the black background echo the motion of the wings. The bright white floral print could be seen as wallpaper.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:9 W x 12 H x 0.1 D in


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www.hazelthepainter.com /// @hazelthepainter /// Hazel Miller’s large, figurative paintings reference art history, botanical life, and the body to make phenomenological observations about selfhood and womxnhood. She researches Zen Buddhism, psychedelics, and feminist theory, all which emphasize the unity of the mind+body and the internal+external. Her inspirations include Henri Rousseau, Kerry James Marshall, and Henri Matisse. Originally from San Antonio, TX, she now calls Spokane, WA her home. She holds a BFA from the Pacific Northwest College of Art and is a recipient of an Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation grant. Her work is featured in both regional and international collections.

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