Group Hug


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“Group Hug” is a delightful triptych by Rolinda Stotts, showcasing her signature Bella Rotta technique. Bella Rotta, which means “beautifully broken,” involves a meticulous process of layering and distressing materials to create a richly textured, aged appearance that adds depth and character to each piece.

In “Group Hug,” Stotts captures the warm embrace of nature with a charming depiction of a grove of trees. The three panels together form a cohesive scene of slender birch trees standing closely together, their white bark contrasting beautifully with the vibrant foliage surrounding them. The Bella Rotta technique enhances the natural textures and details, creating an almost three-dimensional effect that draws viewers into the serene forest setting.

The central panel features the densest cluster of trees, their branches intertwining as if in a gentle embrace. The left and right panels extend the forest scene, showcasing the golden and green leaves that create a canopy of color above. The ground is a tapestry of autumn hues, with shades of red, orange, and brown adding warmth and richness to the composition.

The textured surface, a hallmark of the Bella Rotta technique, adds a sense of movement and vitality to the piece. The play of light and shadow through the leaves creates a dynamic and inviting atmosphere, making viewers feel as if they are standing within the grove themselves.

“Group Hug” is a celebration of nature’s unity and the comforting embrace of the natural world. This triptych is perfect for art lovers who appreciate both the beauty of nature and the innovation of artistic techniques. It offers a stunning focal point that brings the peaceful energy of a forest into any space, creating a sense of connection and harmony.