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FLOWER POWER BY ARTIST WILMA BULKIN SIEGEL,M.D.

WILMA BULKIN SIEGEL, M.D. is a retired oncologist who after retirement has dedicated her life to art. She was a pioneer in Oncology in Hospice and AIDS treatment founding one of the first hospices in the country in the late 70’s and being a part of the first AIDS team. She gave her knowledge to the AIDS presidential commission in Washington. She has been on international CNN for her healing art and has been a university commencement speaker on the subject of Creative Therapy receiving an honorary doctorate of Humane Letters.

Dr. Wilma Bulkin Siegel is one of the best and most prolific Watercolor Artists of the 20th and 21st centuries in the United States. Her large scales paintings, full of bright colors and painted with a distinctive brush stroke, produce admiration and a sense of joy that illuminates the place where they are exhibited. She is best known for her Series of Portraits inspired on what she called Social Realism: Holocaust Survivors and Liberators, Faces of Aids, Veterans Series, Children of the Modern Family Series, Muslim Woman in America, Spirituality Series and much more. Her paintings are in private collections and her series have been exhibited around the United States.

Flowers represent a life force with color and vibrancy. They are beginnings for the fruit that will grow and nourish the living. The choice of flowers is symbolic for hope for the future. Today there is a fear of total destruction of our planet earth with the greenhouse effect. In the show color represents the fire of life. When we see the overall total exhibition there are interspersed puzzles of flowers which have solutions, thus, there is an optimistic viewpoint for the future.

NOVEMBER 6th, 2023. Upcoming Exhibition at:

www.whitespacecollection.com

Wilma Bulkin Siegel. Watercolor on paper. Flowers (Framed)
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. Watercolor on paper. Flowers (Framed)
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. Watercolor on paper. Flowers (Framed)
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. Watercolor on paper. Flowers (Framed)
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. Watercolor on paper. Flowers (Framed)
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. Watercolor on paper. Flowers (Framed)
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. Watercolor on paper. Flowers (Framed)
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. Watercolor on paper. Flowers (Unframed)
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. Watercolor on paper. Flowers (Unframed)
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. Watercolor on paper. Flowers (Unframed)
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. Watercolor on paper. Flowers (Unframed)
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. Watercolor on paper. Flowers (Unframed)
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. Watercolor on paper. Flowers (Unframed)
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. Watercolor on paper. Flowers (Unframed)
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. Watercolor on paper. Flowers (Unframed)
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. Watercolor on paper. Flowers (Unframed)
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. Watercolor on paper. Flowers (Unframed)

"Photography and watercolor collage"

"Photography and watercolor collage" is a technique in which a photograph is taken and then cut into a specific shape. The cut-out part is then painted with watercolors, creating a seamless continuation between the photographic elements and the painted ones. The resulting artwork can be visually striking, as the precision of the photograph and the expressive qualities of the watercolor work together to create a unique and hybrid effect. Many contemporary artists use this technique in their work to create interesting and creative pieces of art. Overall, the combination of photography and watercolor creates a distinct style that blurs the boundaries between the two mediums, resulting in a dynamic and engaging work of art.

Wilma Bulkin Siegel. "Photography and watercolor collage"
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. "Photography and watercolor collage"
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. "Photography and watercolor collage"
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. "Photography and watercolor collage"
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. "Photography and watercolor collage"
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. "Photography and watercolor collage"
Wilma Bulkin Siegel. "Photography and watercolor collage"

Flowers, Watercolor

Contemporary Art Watercolor: Flowers

Contemporary art is ever evolving and encompasses a wide variety of styles and approaches. Contemporary watercolor artists often push the boundaries of traditional techniques and explore new ways of working with the medium. They may experiment with unconventional materials, textures, and application methods to create unique effects. Wilma embraces loose and spontaneous brushwork, allowing the medium's fluidity and transparency to shine. They often prioritize capturing the essence of a subject rather than focusing on intricate details.