“I do not work with models. I prefer to sketch ‘in the moment’ as a scene unfolds…” – Michael Flohr
Lake Tahoe is a picturesque location of turquoise waters, lush greenery, scenic trails, and the breathtaking Sierra Nevada mountains. It is home to the Marcus Ashley Gallery, a mammoth space that displays the riveting work of renowned artists. From Michelangelo and Dr. Seuss to Mario Jung and Steve Barton, the gallery is a must-visit location for art enthusiasts and curious folks. It is also a great place to view Michael Flohr art.
In Lucky Number 4, a flurry of pigmented hues and sweeping brushwork captures the artist’s love for horse racing. Paint smears create discernible shapes and forms in the distance with the spotlighting the equestrian beauty and rider. As the horse trots across the canvas, his quiet majesty and power are almost palpable.
For this composition, Flohr relies on balance and value as every element takes its rightful place. The imposing stadium rises amidst a smattering of towering palm trees as guests are ushered to take their places. Under the indigo blue sky, the excitement is unmistakable.
Lucky Number 4 is the perfect pick for equestrian lovers and those who appreciate the fine sport of horse racing.
Lucky Number 4
|Enhanced Artist Proof||
Print that is signed, numbered and hand embellished by the artist.
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