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Rose Women's Tank Top featuring the painting You are my Joy by Sannel Larson

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You are my Joy Women's Tank Top

Sannel Larson

by Sannel Larson

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Our women's tank tops are made from a 50% cotton / 50% polyester blend and are available in five different sizes.   All tank tops are machine washable.

Design Details

I love flowers! Flowers are such a beauty among us and makes our lives all the more colorful and fragrant. Flowers inspires us, makes us happy and... more

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You are my Joy Painting by Sannel Larson


You Are My Joy Canvas Print

Canvas Print

You Are My Joy Framed Print

Framed Print

You Are My Joy Art Print

Art Print

You Are My Joy Poster


You Are My Joy Metal Print

Metal Print

You Are My Joy Acrylic Print

Acrylic Print

You Are My Joy Wood Print

Wood Print

You Are My Joy Greeting Card

Greeting Card

You Are My Joy iPhone Case

iPhone Case

You Are My Joy Throw Pillow

Throw Pillow

You Are My Joy Duvet Cover

Duvet Cover

You Are My Joy Shower Curtain

Shower Curtain

You Are My Joy Tote Bag

Tote Bag

You Are My Joy Round Beach Towel

Round Beach Towel

You Are My Joy Carry-all Pouch

Carry-all Pouch

You Are My Joy Beach Towel

Beach Towel

You Are My Joy Weekender Tote Bag

Weekender Tote Bag

You Are My Joy Portable Battery Charger

Portable Battery Charger

You Are My Joy Bath Towel

Bath Towel

You Are My Joy T-Shirt


You Are My Joy Coffee Mug

Coffee Mug

You Are My Joy Yoga Mat

Yoga Mat

You Are My Joy Spiral Notebook

Spiral Notebook

You Are My Joy Fleece Blanket

Fleece Blanket

Women's Tank Top Tags

women's tank tops rose flowers romantic romantic flower pink roses soft pastel colours love nature floral still life plants blossoms

Painting Tags

paintings rose flowers romantic romantic flower pink roses soft pastel colours love nature floral still life plants blossoms

Comments (3)

Jerry Bokowski

Jerry Bokowski

I did very much enjoy reading your response to my comment. I tend to lean towards the Western view but even more so all the other meanings. It is I that am grateful for your time and efforts to research this, Sannel. You have taught me something new and interesting about something we have loved and cherished for decades here in the lush, beautiful, Sonoran Desert. Our cool fall weather is here these days and we realize why we love fall, winter, and spring here. Thank you so much for your lovely response, Sannel !

Sannel Larson replied:

Jerry, I'm so glad you enjoyed reading my little research on Sonoran Desert Cacti Flower, and learned something new from it. Just like I did, :) Enjoy the cooler weather that this season brings to you, dear friend. Thank you for your visit and lovely comment. :)

Janet Marie

Janet Marie

Roses are my favorite flowers and your artwork says why. So glad we don’t have the constraints of the past when giving flowers today. They can be a message without words. That, I love you, I’m thinking of you, I miss you, I’m glad we’re friends, I hope you feel better, Congratulations, the occasions are endless. Or just for the sheer enjoyment of their color, beauty, and fragrance. Wonderful artwork Sannel. LF 💕Janet

Sannel Larson replied:

Roses are one of my favorite flowers, as well. Yes, I agree. I'm so glad we don’t have the hindrance of which flower to give anymore. If that was the case, I'd have to spend days at the florist deciding what flower to purchase, haha! Thank you, Janet for your comment, likes and fav. Much appreciated, dear one. :)

Jerry Bokowski

Jerry Bokowski

Lovely image and fascinating tutorial, Sannel! I wonder what message Sonoran Desert Cacti Wildflowers might convey? Fav / like

Sannel Larson replied:

Thank you kindly, Jerry! I searched the internet and found the Symbolism of the Cactus Flower, including the Sonoran Desert Cacti Flower: "The cactus flower is one of those interesting blooms that symbolizes two opposite meanings in one package. In the Japanese tradition of Hanakotoba, giving the gift of a flower from a cactus is a clear way to indicate you’re sexually attracted towards someone due to its connection with lust. In contrast, many Western people view it as a symbol of chastity instead due to the spines. It’s up to you to decide which cactus flower meaning best fits your purposes. Other meanings include endurance, thriving despite challenges, sharing love and warmth with your child, and drawing inspiration from the emptiness of the desert." Cactus Flower Color Meanings: "These blooms each carry a different color meaning on top of the base symbolism of the flower. While the cactus isn’t a birth flower, the bright red variety is often used as a gift for birthdays anyways. The white and yellow flowers evoke strength and endurance instead, while the pink and orange varieties provide a youthful twist to the usual symbolism." I found this very interesting so thank you for mentioning the Sonoran Desert Cacti Wildflower to me. Hope you enjoyed this read, and also thank you for your time, fav and likes. Much appreciated! :)

Artist's Description

I love flowers! Flowers are such a beauty among us and makes our lives all the more colorful and fragrant. Flowers inspires us, makes us happy and let us appreciate the simple things in life. But did you know that each flower actually carries their own secret message through a language that's called Floriography. Flowers and trees have been given its own meaning and for centuries, secret and delicate messages have been passed through the various blossoms. Floriography was born in ancient Greek and Roman culture, and spread later on to Turkey. It became a Turkish tradition to send a “Persian Selam”, a bouquet with a coded message to show your attraction, feelings or even your love to someone. In the early 1700's, the English Lady Mary Wortley Montagu, wife of the British ambassador to Constantinople, used this Turkish custom of using Floriography in her love letters to her sweetheart back home. This language of flowers soon became a well-known and popular way of communication. By t...

About Sannel Larson

Sannel Larson

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