Thursday, February 11, 2010

Kristi Hasson, New Brunswick Floral Artist

AnnaEileen, by Krista Hasson

Krista at work

I was born and raised in Saint John New Brunswick and currently reside in Rothesay, New Brunswick, Canada. I am a realist painter who loves using strong rich color to portray the things I am passionate about.

I find nature as a whole to be an endless supply of inspiration, but with flowers in particular, I am moved by their delicate beauty and mesmerized by their form and vibrant colors. I am inspired to capture their essence in my art.

My interest and talent for art was evident early on. As a child I loved to draw and paint, spending hours creating. I enjoy working with various mediums but work primarily with watercolors and soft pastels. It is my hope that when viewing my work you will find as much joy as I did while creating it.

Krista will appear in the April/May edition of the 'International Artist' magazine. She welcomes you to visit her website by clicking here.

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