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Abstract – Jardin des Tuileries

This contemporary abstract expressionism painting with mark making is by emerging artist Sarah Fox.

Acrylic and oil pastels on canvas. Canvas size 24″x20″. Color palette / color way is celadon and greens.
Sarah Fox lives in America – in the urban outskirts of Washington, D.C.

  • Title Jardin des Tuileries
  • Type Abstract Expressionism
  • Movement • Fine Art • Contemporary American Art • Abstract Expressionism • Emerging Art (emerging artist) • (Possibly considered – Urban American Art)
  • Medium Acrylic and oil pastels on archival paper
  • Size 24″ x 20″
  • Inspiration Climate Change, gardens in Paris and the future for our children.
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The idea that one day our children will not be able to enjoy the lovely Jardin des Tuileries (Tuileries Garden) in Paris because America did not join in the agreement this year, astounds me. Astounds many Americans… astounds many citizens of the world. I had originally set out this year to paint the gardens of Paris (my old stomping grounds), but had put those paintings aside to work on some of my animal paintings. Until yesterday.

Jardin des Tuileries
copyright 2017 © Sarah Gilbert Fox

Then I pulled the garden paintings out and began to add the finishing touches. These paintings are dedicated to the French – for continuing to focus on the quality of life – which is what they do best – and to all Francophiles. My hope is that this painting will bring back the happy memories for those who have walked the gardens or cat napped on a bench or sailed a toy boat in the small pond… or for those who have not yet been but one day hope to go. What inspired this work? The French. And the Paris Agreement (Accord de Paris) – the climate change agreement between countries. Plain and simple.

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Normally I paint on canvases. But I recently discovered archival paper. As I often move back and forth from DC to France, I needed to have art that was easy to move. Also, the quality of the paint is the same as that on canvas, but the shipping cost is vastly different. Although I can’t give up the canvas completely, the idea that cutting the cost for an art lover is a beautiful concept.

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