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Lotus River

This original acrylic painting was painted while listening to meditative music. The music inspired the selection of paint and the theme of the finished painting. Some of the thoughts I had while painting it. Lotus River Deep in the mud lies the bulb of the lotus. Slowly but surely it reaches up to the light. None of the mud adheres to it as it buds on the surface. Then it burst into bloom, white, yellow, red and purple. We can be caught in the toils and struggles of life, But we can reach up and through with time To blossom and bloom in the joy of nature. We can because all things pass. The lotus in red speaks of love In white and yellow mental strength Blue and Purple control of the senses. All the things that help us burst into JOY The painting is 24x24" on box canvas. The edges have been painted black to highlight the front and not detract from it. It is ready to hang. If you have a fifestylye card contact me for a code before purchase. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Painting price includes P&P to UK. For overseas delivery - please contact us by clicking here >>> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Ralph can supply:- acrylic landscape paintings, acrylic seascape paintings, acrylic abstract paintings, acrylic still life paintings, pastel seascape paintings, pastel still life paintings, pastel portrait paintings, pastel animal paintings, and pastel landscape paintings. If you have a favourite place or picture and a preferred medium contact Ralph to discuss him painting it for you. Many of the paintings on the site have come from just such requests. As you will see from the site the above is far from an exhaustive list. If you cannot spot a painting for sale that is not to your taste then please contact Ralph and he can organise a painting commission. Please contact me for further details >>>

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Cristina Andrisan 15 Jan 2012

beautiful play of colors there

Eunice Broderick 27 Feb 2011

Very... Beautiful...Ralph.

Claude J Morrissette 20 Aug 2010

Love the colors and just down right FANTASTIC!

Ruby Lockett 20 Aug 2010

You have an amazing connection with colour...each is so alive and brilliant! A wonderful joyous canavas. Congratulations

Sharon Gonzalez 20 Aug 2010