Daphne Hill and Anna Stump are pleased to present their new series of paintings, “Butterfly Florals.” Acrylic color and metallics float between layers of epoxy resin, creating depth and shifting brilliance. With references to Japanese motifs, Rococo foliage, gilt decoration, and Impressionist movement. Influences include Fragonard, Sargent, and David Reed.
Specially constructed panels can be commissioned in any color combination, with gold, silver, copper and/or pearlescent metallics. Edges are woodgrain, 2” thick. Sizes available range from 2’x2’ to 4’x8’.
Wholesale pricing upon request, for larger installations, such as hotels, commercial offices, restaurants, etc.
Hill and Stump work together in their studio in San Diego, and are represented in Los Angeles by MLA Gallery. Ms. Hill earned her MFA from Claremont Graduate University. Ms. Stump, a Senior Fulbright Scholar, earned her MFA at San Diego State University. Both artists teach studio and art history courses in the San Diego Community College District and the Grossmont/Cuyamaca College District.
Note from MLA Gallery: These paintings are absolutely luminous in person. The images barely begin to capture the warmth, and beauty of the work. As is always the case with this gallery, we offer an unconditional guarantee of satisfaction, or your purchase price will be refunded in full.