About this Hibiscus Painting
This vibrant flower painting represents the ability to embrace joy in the moment. Artist, Karen Whitworth captures the unfurling hibiscus blossom opening it's petals with tremendous anticipation and exuberance. Among the first paintings that were created after her daughter completed cancer therapy, this piece harnesses the tremendous joy she found in the moment, knowing while the future is not promised, choosing to embrace and relish in the present yielded pure joy.
This beautiful painting is now available as a museum quality giclee canvas print, hand signed by the artist. Each canvas is made by hand with Aloha and ships from the karenwhitworth.com studio.
Select Your Canvas Print Display Options
Art is personal, just like you! Embrace your own unique style by customizing your canvas. Choose to have your hibiscus canvas professionally framed with one of our in-house frames, or go all-natural with a ready to hang work of art with the image wrapping around the sides of the bare canvas.
Wall Art Canvas Features
- Size: 8x8
- Hand made in Hawaii
- Hand coated with lustrous varnish to protect the hibiscus flowers for a lifetime of vibrant color
- Heavy-weight solid wood supports to provide extra strength
- Certificate of Authenticity included
- Ready to hang
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We are excited to share Karen Whitworth's whole collection of works depicting this iconic flower. With several sizes, colors, and varieties from native endemic species to the most vibrant hybrids, this family of flower paintings is sure to inspire any hibiscus lover. You can view them by visiting our virtual gallery of Tropical Hibiscus Paintings.