Little Climbing Beauties II

Little Climbing Beauties II

Oil on mounted portrait linen panel, 24.375 x 31.5 inches unframed

Iceberg Floribunda Roses No. 2

Iceberg Floribunda Roses No. 2

Oil on mounted linen panel, 24.25 x 35.5 inches inches unframed

Raspberry Clowns and Festiva Maxima

Raspberry Clowns and Festiva Maxima

Oil on mounted portrait linen panel, 24.375 x 37.25 inches unframed

Children's Rose

Children's Rose

Oil on mounted linen panel, 37.5 x 52 inches unframed

Iceberg Floribunda Roses

Iceberg Floribunda Roses

Oil on mounted linen panel, 24.25 x 36 inches unframed

Fractal Roses

Fractal Roses

Oil on panel, 24 x 38 inches unframed

Twilight Trumpets

Twilight Trumpets

Oil on panel, 24 x 36 inches unframed

Little Climbing Beauties

Little Climbing Beauties

Oil on mounted portrait linen panel, 24.375 x 32.5 inches unframed

Fractal Peonies Study No. 1

Fractal Peonies Study No. 1

Oil on panel, 12 x 17.5 inches unframed

Giant Dahlias

Giant Dahlias

Oil on mounted portrait linen panel, 35.5 x 24 inches unframed

Petite Climbing Roses

Petite Climbing Roses

Oil on panel, 24 1/4 x 33 1/2 inches unframed

Iceberg Floribunda Roses No. 2

Iceberg Floribunda Roses No. 2

Oil on mounted portrait linen panel, 24.25 x 35.5 inches unframed

Blowin’ in the Wind

Blowin’ in the Wind

Oil on mounted portrait linen panel, 24.375 x 30.375 inches unframed

Raspberry Clown Peony

Raspberry Clown Peony

Oil on panel, 10 x 14.75 inches unframed

Three Red-speckled White and Yellow Roses

Three Red-speckled White and Yellow Roses

Oil on mounted linen panel, 24 x 26 inches unframed

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Little Climbing Beauties II
Iceberg Floribunda Roses  No. 2
Raspberry Clowns and Festiva Maxima
Children's Rose
Iceberg Floribunda Roses
Fractal Roses
Twilight Trumpets
Little Climbing Beauties
Fractal Peonies Study No. 1
Giant Dahlias
Petite Climbing Roses
Iceberg Floribunda Roses No. 2
Blowin’ in the Wind
Raspberry Clown Peony
Three Red-speckled White and Yellow Roses

“Paul’s  paintings transport you into another dimension of reality, where “stopping to smell the roses” isn’t just a suggestion but a requirement for engaging with the work. Your eyes scan over the imagery being forced in and out of focus, leaving no chance that you will mistake the most important subject matter on view.  For example, the petals often have curves and turns that are other worldly, bending in every direction more gracefully than a ballerina. And while we have all seen and marveled at beautiful flowers, it’s the permanence of Paul’s flowers that really speaks to me. They are akin to delicate porcelain sculptures in the way that they won’t wilt, fade, or lose petals in the coming days.” — Julie Weaver, Artist & Writer