This was another painting that was very difficult to photograph. I did the best I could.
This painting called The Last Lullaby was started in 2015 when I was bed bound due to Lupus and Fibromyalgia. It was one of the worst years ever but I painted all through it and I painted in bed. That’s’ why the paintings ended up being called The Lullaby Collection. This is the last painting of that series as well as the largest. This one was created about 75% while in bed but was completed on my desk.
Although this art is personal to my experience, it doesn’t need to be that way for you. You can enjoy the imagery of day and night creatures living peacefully. Enjoy the flight of a woman’s hair as it blows in the night sky and fades into a rainbow sky.
There are beautiful sunflowers, purple flowers, white daisies and all sorts of intricacies to host this visual feast.
The Last Lullaby is a surreal abstract that stretches from one corner to the next, never leaving a space without a detail. It’s fun, it’s busy and its happy art. Currently you may view this art piece in the Available, too gallery here on Sundrip. It can be purchased through PayPal invoice or my Etsy shop.
Title: The Last Lullaby
Art by: Faith Magdalene Austin
Medium: Acrylic and ink, paper towels, crackle medium, card stock paper
Finish: Mod Podge, signed, dated, sealed, unmounted, 18×12 inches.