"Two Hula Hoops" is an expressive figure painting in oil by Bay Area artist Samantha Buller. A young girl in a blue, ruffled swimsuit is playing with two neon colored hula-hoops on a summer lawn. There is a wide variety of colors present in this piece ranging from warm tones of yellows, oranges and pinks, joined by some cooler tones of greens and blues. This painting would be an incredible piece for a child's bedroom or playroom. Additionally, it would be a magnificent addition to any home.
This piece measures at 36" x 36" unframed. Framing options are available if desired, please contact Colibri Art & Framing for more information.
Two Hula Hoops- Samantha Buller
Samantha Buller received her BFA in painting from the Academy of Art University San Francisco and now paints full time in her home studio in Northern California. Her work reflects the beautiful light and modernism that is found in the area. Samantha's artwork is striking, happy, and experimental. She utilizes imaginative color layering and lively brushwork to invite a fresh take on familiar, commplace objects. She is inspired by the art of the late Wayne Thiebaud, especially in his paint application, color pallet and composition. Buller is also inspired by the artis Raimonds Staprans for his layering techniques. .Samantha studied a semester abroad in Italy, which greatly influenced her love and passion for art.
Buller's work has been shown in the Hall of Justice downtown San Francisco, in businesses and several galleries, as well as on the set of a prime time television show. Samantha was named as one of 2013s young artists to watch by Southwest Art Magazine.