Mary Dipnall Summer wildflowers.
Born in Portsmouth in 1936, Mary Dipnall is a talented British self-taught artist. According to the artist, family outings and holidays spent in the west of England, significantly affected her style of painting. Summer wildflowers by talented British artist Mary Dipnall are full of inspiration and truthfulness. Beautiful and sunny, colorful and bright, her paintings hit everyone who loves and appreciates the English rural areas.
Noteworthy, Mary Dipnall started painting rather late, after marriage and the birth of her two sons. In fact, she turned to art to express her love of nature through her paintings. Inspired by wild flowers, the artist transfers her impressions on canvas. The first art exhibition of the artist held in London in 1980, was a success. Since then, she regularly exhibits her beautiful works in the UK.
Variety and detailed image of wild flowers in the paintings of the artist – willow-herb, chamomile and globe-reliably show the beauty of the nature of the English heartland. Herbs lush trail around, variety of colors pleasing to the eye. It seems that the smell of nature, of the midsummer, fertile land comes from these paintings. What a paradise of colors: yellow, red, blue, white and other cover the field of wildflowers! The most beautiful – white daisies and bright red poppies, when light breeze moves the leaves and flower petals. And over the corolla of flowers we hear buzzing bees, collecting nectar.
Mary Dipnall Summer wildflowers