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Ink and mica on cradled stretched canvas with 3D texture and gold . As much as I love the Colorado mountain winters, it’s nice to feel hints of springtime, especially that warm sun.

A captivating blend of artistry and texture, reflecting the transition from the Colorado mountain winters to the hints of springtime warmth. The use of ink and mica creates a visually striking composition, while the addition of 3D texture and gold accents enhances the depth and richness of the artwork.

The color palette features cool, wintry blues and purples to capture the lingering traces of winter, while incorporating touches of vibrant greens, soft pinks, and gentle yellows to suggest the emergence of spring. The use of mica infuses the painting with a luminous quality, simulating the play of light on melting snow and budding foliage.

The 3D texture conveys the rugged topography of the Colorado mountains, with the peaks and valleys rendered in a tactile manner, inviting the viewer to engage with the physicality of the landscape. The addition of gold accents evokes the warm springtime sun, adding a touch of radiance and splendor to the scene.

This is my poetic celebration of the seasonal shift, capturing the interplay of winter's remnants and the burgeoning vitality of spring in the Colorado mountains. I invite viewers to immerse themselves in the delicate balance between the lingering chill of winter and the promise of rejuvenation that accompanies the arrival of spring.

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A Hint of Spring by Margo Thomas

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    Margo Thomas

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    Ms. Thomas lives in Edwards, CO full time.  She discovered art in 2001, starting with human figure drawing and watercolors, studying at the Art Students League of Denver and in Chicago at the Palette & Chisel Art Academy.  Her goal is to communicate harmony through visual experiences. Inspired by the Colorado mountains, her subjects are based in nature and family.  She recently endeavored into the world of AI and found a "sweet spot" for using it as an amazing tool for creatives.

    ​Mediums of choice include oil, ink, mica, and acrylics. Some of her pieces have been digitized for large scale printing and embellishment to fit taste and room space.

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