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by Hilary Clarcq

I started collecting plants during the pandemic as a way to bring the outside in. It might sound boring to some, but I love observing the unique way each plant pushes forward into the world and flourishes through tiny, yet persistent changes. Propagation is an especially fascinating process: By pruning a plant, you not only encourage fresh growth in the older plant, but you can also create entirely new plants from the cuttings. Indoor plants are a reminder of how amazing our planet is, and observing them gives me hope for symbiosis and perseverance.

Details: Original oil painting on 7/8" deep cradled panel with black edges. Signed in lower right. Comes ready-to-hang in a beautiful gold and black "floater" frame.
Painting Width: 5"
Painting Height: 7"
Overall Framed Dimensions: ~ 7" wide x 9" tall x 2" deep

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Hilary Clarcq is an illustrator and gallery artist. Her oil paintings often favor symbolism over literal narrative, and they tend to have a surreal or dreamlike quality. Her work has been recognized by Spectrum Fantastic Art, Illustration West, and Infected by Art. She was the recipient of the Muddy Colors Rising Stars Award in 2019 and the Jack Gaughan Award for Best Emerging Artist in 2021.