Dew II

Rocio II

Oil on canvas, 48 x 72 inches
Blades of grass with dew

To transform physical materials such as pigments and oils into spiritual feelings and emotions, the work must be done not only with your hands and mind but also with your heart.

Dew III

Oil on canvas, 24 x 78 inches
Dew drops on leaves

Falling

Oil on canvas, 74 x 58 inches
Drop of water falling fron a leaf

Rocio

Oil on canvas, 59 x 71 inches
Rocio en hojas de hierba

Dew V

Rocio 5

Oil on canvas, 52 x 36 inches
Moisture on green leaves

Descend

Oil on canvas, 48 x 60 inches
Gotas de agua sobre hojas verdes

Droplets

Oil on wood, 24 x 36 inches
Drops of moisture on grass

Hoja de Loto y Gotas de Agua

Oil on canvas, 36 x 48 inches
Water droplet on a waterlily leaf

Water Droplet and Light Ray

Gota de Agua y Rayo de Luz

Oil on canvas, 4 x 6 inches
Gota de rocio y rayo de luz

Landscape in a Water Droplet

Paisaje en Una Gota de Agua

Oil on wood, 7 x 5 inches
Moisture on a green leave
Oil on canvas 30 x 40 inches
Landscape of waterfalls insise a droplet

Waterfalls inside a Waterdroplet

DEW

Paintings of flowers with dew

By Juan Bernal

 

Flowers are the sexual reproductive organs of the flowering plants, are among the most beautiful gifts given to us by Mother Nature.

There are more than 270.000 types of flowers, that have long been admired and used by humans to bring beauty to their surroundings and also as objects of ritual, religion, medicine, a source of food, romance and expressions of many other feelings.

Flowers attract pollinators with their scent, nectar, pollen and color. Some, like certain types of orchids, even use mimicry to seduce them, producing flowers that resemble females in shape, color and scent, tricking the male into copulating with it, ensuring that pollen grains are transferred by the pollinator when it visits the next flower. They have developed a symbiosis, which means that they depend on each other for their survival.

Although flowers are attached to the plant, their messages travel large distances with their perfumes, a silent but persistent call to their pollinators.These scents have always captivated men, who have used them as the basis for essences and perfumes.