People often make the mistake of assuming the best ideas happen just spontaneously, but they do not. All invention and scientific advancement is a product of existing technology, hours of learning, failed experiments and often even, half-forgotten, mundane conversations. Preceding the invention of the famous 'edison bulb' there were arc lamps, followed by many thousands of ideas and experiments that were less than effective before the incandescent bulb resolved into reality. Never be discouraged by ideas that don't go to plan, but appreciate it for what it is: just an adventurous step toward your next great idea.
This is an impressionist style painting of vintage hanging light bulbs illuminated on a purple-black background by contemporary American artist Julia Redman (me!). I like to invite you to explore with me through my art.
This painting was featured 2021-2020 at the New Hampshire Antique Co-op.
This listing is for the original painting, which comes ready to hang in an elegant but simple maple wood float frame for a finished, contemporary look that will work in any room.
Original painting, acrylic on cradled panel, housed in natural finish maple float frame, ready to hang
Varnished with UV protective satin finish.
Initials lower right; signed and titled on verso
Painting size: 8x8 inch
Framed size / size on wall: 9 x 9 x 1.25 inches
Photos include an example room decor, which may include other paintings sold separately, or other framing ideas for consideration. Alternate frames not included.