This piece is part of Margaret’s series of emotionally charged Coastal abstract artworks. She uses powerful brushstrokes, as she does in all her paintings, in order to create an impression. The image is reminiscent of a memory of a beach wedding and watching bouquet floral petals floating on the surface of slow moving tide from the edge of a seawall.

Acrylic, pastel, ink, and pigments on canvas. Finished with a glaze of UV varnish to protect against sunlight and dust damage. Gallery Wrapped, with painted sides.

Dimensions: 36 x 36 x 1.5″

About Margaret Juul

“Tumbling underneath waves amid effervescent sea tones, my compositions are fresh and original expressions of the colors and patterns of water in motion. Captured in visual art as an unwavering hold on my spirit — with fluidity, intuition, and reflective volatility.

I incorporate irregular shapes which move around the canvas, reminiscent of the brilliant marine hues that convey water in 19th-century Japanese woodblock prints.  Close inspection reveals rough, textured surfaces from the thick application of medium on linen- including oil, acrylic, ink and oil pastel, reiterating the earthly and organic nature of my subject.

As a multifaceted artist, with a focus on painting, illustration, interior and textile design for more than two decades, I have cultivated an extensive list of devoted supporters. My work displays prominently in a wide variety of settings—from celebrity homes and corporate lobbies to commercial and hospitality sites internationally.

A native of New York, but long-time resident in Florida, I have exhibited internationally from San Diego to Boston and London to Beijing. Some notable exhibitions are Iraq Museum, Art Basel, Swiss Art, Affordable Art Fair Manhattan, Foosaner Art Museum and a collaboration with Yoko Ono.

My work is represented worldwide through renowned galleries and print vendors.

With an education in Fine Art and Interior Design, I have dedicated my career to the visual arts through painting, custom commissions, and designing textiles full time. I am always looking for custom commission and freelance projects.”

Generously donated by Margaret Juul