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Golden Hour Meets Lady Divine

by April Solomon

Golden Hour meets Lady Divine 

Lady Divine symbolizes the epic return of spring and rebirth. A crown of trumpeting flowers and bellowing mushrooms court her aura with whimsy patterns and delicate cool colors. To commemorate the Year of the Dragon, I wanted to display a warm relationship between a little golden dragon and Mother Nature’s call to spring.

Created using mixed mediums on Cotton Wood paper

The original artwork is 8.50″ x 11′

(framed) 16.75″ x 19″

$500 $500

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April Solomon is an illustrator and fine artist who has currently earned her bachelor’s degree in illustration at the Laguna College of Art and Design. April’s passion for learning the old masterful techniques of traditional drawing and painting are precisely what inspires her work.
Among her love for the fine arts is her unique appreciation for whimsical high-fantasy, which adorns every image of her portfolio. April's meticulous creature designs aim for what is known as “fantastic realism.” A clever, concise understanding of anatomy, plants, and mysterious textures
weave their way into her illustrations, leaving the viewer guessing at origins, influences, and ancestry. April’s work allows the viewer to dive imaginatively deeper, and reconsider whether dragons might be real, or whether werewolves exist to stalk the streets at night.
When not illustrating, April attends garage sales to unearth buried treasures, runs and lifts weights, or braves as many haunted attractions as possible during the month of October.