PURPLE PEONNAE WASH CREAMERIES | NEW YORK | SEPTEMBER 07, 2020| Purple peonies flower tattoos, inspired by a painting, are on display at the Purple Peony Washes in Brooklyn, N.Y.
The flowers were tattooed on a Purple Peonnae Washes’ website in an effort to honor the peonies of the California Desert.
“It’s about celebrating the rich heritage of the peony and the beautiful color of the purple peonies,” said owner and co-founder Jody Hochman.
“We wanted to show that people can be beautiful, too.
It was inspired by the painting and how people look.
It’s about showing people who love the peonnaes can be happy, too.”
The Purple Peons Washes is one of several California-based businesses that have started using the Purple Paintings of California as inspiration for their designs.
The paintings are made by the renowned artists, John and Jane, whose work has been recognized by the National Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institution and the National Academy of Sciences.
Hochman said that the Purple Painted Pains are inspired by works of art by renowned artists including Pablo Picasso, Marcel Duchamp, David de Goya and Henri Matisse, who all painted in shades of purple.
“We’re proud of the Purple Washes and we’re proud to celebrate their heritage and the history of the area, but we also think it’s really important to celebrate the beautiful colors that are being used now,” Hochmans mother, Joan, said.
“The Purple Paints are very popular in California, so it’s a great way to celebrate this amazing diversity and how we can celebrate that together.”
The designs are part of the ongoing effort to highlight the diversity of the art, culture and art forms in California.
Hochmen and her husband, Steve, started the Purple Pearl project in 2009 and the company’s mission is to bring the Purple paintings of the Golden State to a broader audience, with the aim of making it accessible to everyone.
“Our goal is to change the perception that there’s only one way to paint a color,” said Hoch.
“People are painting in shades, but it’s not like the Purple Pearls are all purple.”
The purple paintings were originally created by John and Ann Peele in 1967, and the paintings have become iconic in California and beyond.
The painting is called the Peony, and it is believed to have been made by artist Henri Matiss and was a major influence on the work of painter Robert Rauschenberg.
“When we started out, it was just the Peeles painting and we were trying to create something that people would remember,” said Steve Peele.
“When we did the painting, it’s very different.
It had a very deep color.
We’ve kept that secret for decades.
We’re trying to bring that to light.”
The work of the Peesons has been featured in numerous documentaries, television shows and booklets.
“The Peony was a key piece of our story, and we wanted to tell it in the best way possible,” Hock said.
The paintings are available at the Pink Paintings at the Art Institute of California, which has teamed up with Purple Pearl to bring these paintings to the world.
The museum’s director, Carol Lomond, said that her museum has a lot of work to do in terms of its outreach and education.
“I want to tell people, the art of painting is beautiful, but sometimes, you need to make sure it’s for you and it’s beautiful for others,” Lomnd said.
“We know that this is a great thing to do to inspire and educate, but I think the best part is to create a space where you can come and see a work of art and experience it in a different way,” she added.
The Purple Pearl Paints have been a part of many projects, from a “Peony and Rose” campaign to a book, which was designed with the Pearsons’ help.
In addition to the paintings, the Painted Peonies Washes are on loan at the Museum of California Art, and a book on the paintings will be released later this year.