Art history of creation of Move Over oil painting.

Last Update :
May 18, 2017


Artist Contact Information
Lloyd Thibodeau
1901 Country Apple Court
Fountain Inn, SC 29644

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Move Over fine art oil painting.

Over View of Oil Painting "Move Over People"

This artist rendering titled "Move Over" is done in artist oil paints. Thus far it is an artwork that has been for two plus years in it's creation.


Number Locator of State Flowers

Move Over fine art oil painting.

1 Alabama : PDF

The Camellia flower was approved in 1959.


Legislation - Alabama Move Over Law

Camellia

Camellia flower of Alabama art reference..

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2 Alaska

The For-Get-Me-Not flower was adopted in 1949. For-Get-Me-Not flowers bloom in colors of blue, pink and white with five petals. With the blue flowers a star burst effect can be noticed around the yellow center .

For Get Me Not


For Get Me Not flower of Alaska art reference..

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3 Arizona

: ADOT

Indigenous to Arizona the Saguard Catus can grow up to fifty feet and was adopted in 1931.
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Saguard Catus

4 Arkansas

Apple blossoms have five white petals and sometimes have a small touch of light pink at the petals ends. Before the blossom opens up they are more on the pink side than white. Stamens of the flower are golden yellow.

Apple Blossom


Apple Blossom flower for Arkansas art reference.

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5 California

Press Release

V C Section 21809 Stationary Emergency Vehicle or Tow Truck

Poppy flower became adopted in 1903

Poppy


Poppy flower of California art reference..

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6 Colorado

The Columbine flower was adopted in 1899. In 1925 more laws where added to protect the Columbine flower.

Columbine


Columbine flower of Colorado art reference.

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7 Connecticut : 5094

The Mountain Laurel was adopted in 1907 and has white and pink blossoms.

Mountain Laurel
Mountain Laurel flower of Connecticut art reference.
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8 Delaware : Facebook

The Peach Blossom was adopted in Delaware for her reputation as a peach state with 800,000 peach trees a one time.

Peach Blossom


Peach Blossom for Delaware art reference.
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9 Florida : Facebook

Adopted in 1909 and when in Florida you will know for sure when fragrance fills the air that it is the Orange Blossom season.

Orange Blossom


Orange Blossom for Florida art reference.
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10 Georgia

: PDF

The Cherokee Rose was adopted in 1916. This flower is waxy white with a golden center. Interesting history behind this flower for the state.

Cherokee Rose


Cherokee Rose for Georgia art reference.
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11 Hawaii

The yellow hibiscus Pua Aloalo is native to Hawaii and was adopted in 1988.

Pua Aloalo


Pua Aloalo flower art reference for Hawaii.
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12 Idaho

The Syringa flower was adopted in 1931.

Syringa


Syringa flower for Idaho art reference.
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13 Illinois

The Purple Violet was adopted in 1908.

Purple Violet
Purple Violet flower for Illinois art reference.
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14 Indiana

: Statement

The Peony flower was adopted in 1957. The Zinnia flower was the state flower from 1931 to 1957. Pheony flowers grow in different colors of red, pink or white.

Peony


Peony flower for Indiana art reference.
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15 Iowa

The Wild Prairie Rose was adopted in 1897.

Wild Prairie Rose
Wild Prairie flower for Iowa art reference.
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16 Kansas : PDF

First considered as a weed the Wild Native Sunflower was later adopted in 1903.

Sunflower
Sunflower Kanasas art reference.
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17 Kentucky

: Facebook

The Goldenrod flower was adopted in 1926 after some argumenting with the War Department of that time.

Golden Rod
Golden Rod flower of Kentucky art reference.
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18 Louisiana

The Magnoliia was adopted in 1900 because of it's abundance throughtout the state.

Magnolia
Magnolia flower of Louisiana art reference.
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19 Maine

The White Pine and Tassel was adopted in 1895.

White Pine & Tassel
White Pine Tassel for Maine art reference.
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20 Maryland

The Black Eyed Susan was adopted in 1918.

Black Eyed Susan
Black Eyed Susan flower of Maryland art reference.
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21 Massachusetts

The Trailing Arbutus or Mayflower was adopted in 1918.

 
22 Michigan - Info

In 1897 the Apple Blossom was adopted.

Apple Blossom
Apple Blossom flower for Michigan art reference.
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23 Minnesota

The Pink and White Lady Slipper flower was adopted in 1902.

 
24 Mississippi : wmctv.com

The Magnolia flower was adopted in 1952.

Magnolia
Magnolia flower for Mississippi art reference.
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25 Missouri The Hawthron was adopted in 1923.  
26 Montana : moveoverlaws.com

The Bitterroot flower was adopted in 1895.

Bitterroot
Bitterroot flower for Montana art reference.
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27 Nebraska : Flyer

The Golden Rod was adopted in 1895. Flowering Goldenrod produces flowers with small yellow rays and also at times produces white or cream colored flowers.

Golden Rod
Golden Rod flower of Nebraska art reference.
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28 Nevada

The Sagebrush was adopted in 1917. Sagebrushes grow small white or yellow flowers and are coarse sliver-green in color.

Sagebrush
Sagebrush for Nevada art reference.
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29 New Hampshire

Imported from England the Purple Lilac was adopted in 1919.

Purple Lilac
Purple Lilac flower for New Hampshire art reference.
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30 New Jersey

The Violet flower was adopted in 1971. Took some doing with help from garden clubs but the Common Meadow Violet was selected.

Violet
Bitterroot flower for Montana art reference.
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31 New Mexico

Adopted in 1927.

Yucca
Yucca flower for New Mexico art reference.
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32 New York

The Rose flower was adopted in 1955. Selected by school children and in any combination of colors that the Rose blossoms in.

Rose
Rose flower for New York art reference.
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33 North Carolina

In 1941 the Dogwood was adopted.

American Dogwood
American Dogwood of North Carolina artist reference.
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34 North Dakota

The Wild Prairie Rose was adopted in 1907.

Wild Prairie Rose
Wild Pairie Rose flower of North Dakota artist reference.
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35 Ohio :

The Scarlet Carnation was adopted in 1904.

Scarlet Carnation
Scarlet Carnation flower of Ohio artist reference.
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36 Oklahoma :

The Oklahoma Rose was adopted in 2004.

Oklahoma Rose
Oklahoma Rose artist reference.
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37 Oregon : PDF

The Oregon Grape was adopted in 1899 and is mostly found on the Pacific coast.

Oregon Grape
Oregon Grape flower for Oregon artist reference.
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38 Pennsylvania : Steer Clear : Berks County Mountain Laurel
Mountain Laurel flower artist reference for Pennslyvania
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39 Rhode Island Violet
Violet flower for Rhode Island artist reference.
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40 South Carolina : By - Lance CPL. Bob Beres Yellow Jeesamine
South Carolina Yellow Jeesamine flower artist reference.
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41 South Dakota

The Pasque flower was adopted in 1903. The Pasque flower is one that is highly toxic and was used by native Americans for medicine.

Pasque
Pasque flower South Dakota artist reference.
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42 Tennessee : Governor's Letter : Iris
Tennessee Iris flower artist reference.
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43 Texas

The Blue Bonnent flower was adopted in 1901 and amended in 1971 to include "any other variety of bluebonnet not heretofore recorded".

Blue Bonnent
Texas Blue Bonnent flower artist reference.
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44 Utah

The Sego Lily flower was adopted in 1911 and crickets played a part in the Sego Lily's selection.

Sego Lily
Sego Lily flower artist reference for Utah.
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45 Vermont : PDF

The Red Clover was adopted in 1894. A little different than the other flowers is that the Red Clover leaves have a light colored V shaped figure on them.

Red Clover
Red Clover flower artist reference for Vermont.
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46 Virginia American Dogwood
American Dogwood for Virginia
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47 Washington Coast Rhododendron
Coast Rhododendron art reference for Washington
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48 West Virginia

The Rhododendron flower was adopted in 1903.

Rhododendron
Rhododendron art reference for West Virginia
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49 Wisconsin Wood Violet
Wood Violet flower art reference for Wisconsin margo555 / 123RF Stock Photo
50 Wyoming Indian Paintbrush
Indian Paintbrush art reference for Wyoming tntemerson / 123RF Stock Photo



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