Leafy finger leaf dominates the entire rectangular canvas, although it is not particularly large, but rather of medium size. The organic shape of this botanical entity extends gracefully within the frame, creating the illusion of grandeur. Size, however, is a relative concept, contingent upon comparison with other elements. In this painting, we can juxtapose the dimensions of the main figure with the space it occupies.
The leafly finger leaf plant sprawls across the canvas, symmetrically expanding in both vertical and horizontal directions. Its stem remains elusive, leaving us to ponder its connection to a tree or another plant. This leaf appears independent, as if it does not belong to any specific plant, but rather exists as a distinct finger leaf plant. In this representation, I take artistic liberties, deviating from accuracy and reality. As a free artist, I exercise my right to interpret and reimagine.
Moreover, this composition serves as a tribute to all leaves, with its finger-like shape spreading gracefully along delicate veins – the very essence of life. However, this image merely scratches the surface of the profound emotions I experience when I contemplate the awe-inspiring wonder of a leaf. It is this sentiment that compelled me to create a painting, dedicated to the magnificence of a large leaf. Some people express their admiration of nature in words, you can write, a leafly blog, I paint pictures.