Cherokee Rose on Copper Diptych - Original Art on wood panel
This work is a set of two 8" x 8" wood panels. I've covered them in copper leaf and collaged these floral paintings to the wood. I can't bear to separate them, so I'm selling these shiny pieces as a set. Georgia designated the Cherokee rose (Rosa laevigata) as the official state flower in 1916; and these paintings of the roses would be perfect for a sweet southern wall.
The art is varnished and finished with layers of acrylic and wax. Painted white on the back and edges. Display them on a desk or on a wall, and hang them vertically or horizontally.