Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistI.M. Spadecaller Platinum Member CollectionAsian
Description The orchid is the one flower that has always had a moral impact on Chinese culture and society. Its cultivation began of over two thousand years ago and its first association with humanity was said to be made by Confucius. Confucius developed a special love for the orchid from an early age. The subtle and yet lingering unique fragrance of the orchid also had a profound effect on him. He said: If you are in the company of good people, it is like entering a room full of orchids. After a while, you become soaked in the fragrance, and you dont even notice it. If you are in the company of bad people, it is like going into a room that smells of fish. After a while, you dont notice the fishy smell as you have been immersed in it. The orchids fragrance was used to depict the sublimity of character, which Confucius believed was the human beings most cherished goal. Three Orchid Blossoms, is a hand painted digital image created in Spadecallers Florida Studio on 6/9/2021.
I.M. Spadecaller, Clearwater Member Since March 2010 Artist Statement Welcome to Spadecaller's Galleries.
About the Artist: Spadecaller (Matt Schwartz) is the pseudonym he uses for his visual art, writing, poetry, and video creations; initially, the name came about by his direct approach on subjects that focus on humanitarian issues that impact our world today. He's known to call a spade a spade.
In the late 1950’s, Spadecaller’s formal training in traditional oil painting techniques commenced. He was eight years old, when he started private painting lessons. Through considerable personal sacrifice, his mother, who has since passed away, nurtured his artistic talents and provided him with many of the tools and circumstances to launch his creative journey. Memories of art exhibitions in New York City that his mother introduced him to continue to motivate his quest for excellence. Spadecaller attended The School of Visual Arts in New York City (1970-71), and during the 70's up until the late 80's, he exhibited acrylic and oils in Montreal and New York. As a realist painter, he strives to capture the beauty of nature and the soul of humankind. Due to the onset of chronic illness in the late nineties and with the advent of image editing software, he turned to creating digital hand painted images, mixed media and photographic art - fusing these into an art form worthy of the same gratification that he had once found in oils.
- Spadecaller (Matt Schwartz)
All Spadecaller artworks are original creations by Matt Schwarz. Gallery prints and canvases are fulfilled by Imagekind. If you have questions please contact Imagekind; however if you have any concerns, please contact Matt Schwartz, as well. He can look into matters to get answers for you. We want to make sure your experience purchasing Spadecaller art prints will be positive and successful. For inquiries, please contact the artist at: firstname.lastname@example.org