A visit to the New York Botanical Garden during their feature exhibit of Monet's Gardens. A set designer from Broadway had been hired to make sure the garden had accurate colors and structures to match Monet's. One of my favorite features was a bridge over a pool of lilies with a Weeping Willow tree cascading behind it. The willows hid most of the person standing on the bridge wearing an orange shirt, yet because of the complementary colors his presence becomes known.
27" X 21" painting with white mat and 35" X 28" brushed silver frame.