#116 – Hard at Work

Original Work By Jeff Dillon

So many flowers and so little time. This piece depicts a bumblebee, barely discernible from its chosen flower, a black eyed susan. Bumblebees are often seen floating from flower to flower, collecting pollen as they go. These pollinators are hard workers and essential to our natural world. When left unbothered, they are at peace with their pollen. The painting is blooming with ochre yellows and pyrrole oranges and reds.

Original Size: 12″ x 12″

Jeff Dillon the Canadian Artist, inspired by the bold colours and brush strokes of Post-Impressionist Artists. His unique style focuses on capturing light, not through the detail of realism, but with gesture, illusion, shape and colour. He offers a personal and distinctive style to the world through his bold use of colours and lines, often symbolic images or subject matter. Objects in the paintings retain their realistic appearance yet have a vibrancy and fluidity about them, unique to his work. Jeff Dillon’s new expression of Post-Impressionism is both beloved and revered in the Canadian and Global Contemporary Art World.

  • Original completed August 2017
  • Free shipping for original paintings shipped within Canada.
  • Search words: Bee, Cone Flower, Spring, Yellow, Orange

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C$700 HST