Lovely, Lively Lilies

Here Victor takes us on a trip to Planet Bregeda, where the ground is formed from his art supplies, such as tubes of oil paint and an old wooden palette. Instead of trees, a collection of easels seen in the distance. Victor's emblem is on the sign planted in the ground, marking his territory. The artist's pencil is poised over a blank sheet of paper, ready for Victor to draw his subject matter; female energy in all of its forms. In the center of the painting are two ancient symbols of woman: the apple, and flowers. Nectar pours from the lovely lilies and forms exquisite translucent women.
Lovely, Lively Lilies by Victor Bregeda
VICTOR BREGEDA - Lovely, Lively Lilies - 15 x 30 inches Giclee on Canvas

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