Frangipani Art

As a teenager, I was fortunate to be able to experiment with different media and art forms… it was a time where I felt free and could explore my inner artist… a carefree time of learning and playing… lots of fun!

After a lengthy career in the corporate world, I have now found my way back to art.

I still have fond memories of making art at Scarborough High. This piece was created using chinagraph pencil on paper.

I love the waxy look (it might be hard to tell from the photo). What do you think?

Frangipani (plumeria rubra) | Sandra Burns Art
Frangipani (plumeria rubra) | Sandra Burns Art

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3 Comments

  1. OMG Sandra how beautiful. 🤗💐😘 So Frangipani art is flower art? I see that you featured the plumeria on your painting, which is soooooo fragrant. When my husband and I visited Maui, Hawaii the plumeria was intoxicating. I tried to bring one of the plantings home to plant, but due to the climate where we live, it isn’t in a tropical area and I didn’t have a contained area to grow it in. But, some things are meant to be left where their habitat is. Great job!!! 🌺🌼🌻🏵🌸🌹🌷

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    1. They grow well here in Perth (warm climate). My mum has 3 huge ones in her front garden. I have two cuttings – let’s see how I go!! I think one is yellow and one is apricot. I’ll find out when they flower.

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      1. Talk about great inspiration! 🤩💐🥰 Good luck with them blossoming brilliantly! 👍🏼🌺🦋

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