Monthly Archives: March 2015

Everything is coming up yellow

It seems at this time of year yellow is the dominant flower colour – it also happens to be the most challenging colour to paint, but how can you find that out without trying?   Advertisements

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Sticks, stalks and stems

This weeks vignettes – perhaps not very inspiring but I enjoyed doing them and any practice is good practice.  The thorns presented the most challenge especially the foreshortened ones.

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Botanical Art Course

This blog has been neglected of late but I’m hoping to put that right from now on!  I have embarked on a botanical art course and as part of my homework I do pages of vignettes of anything that comes … Continue reading

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