I've been wanting to ad a rose to my current series of 6x6 florals and I must say roses are harder to capture than a lot of other flowers. The multiple petals get very confusing!!!!
One fall I actually planned ahead and planted daffodil bulbs. The soil in my tiny garden plot is filled with cement junks and rocks, but I preserved and got about 20 bulbs planted in two different areas. The first spring I had gorgeous blooms, but every year since there are less and less of them. This is one of the few remaining blooms from spring.
6 x 6
I always remember that daylillies bloom close to Father's Day because years and years ago I made a card for my Dad with daylillies on the front. I can still see the path around the lake in Gaithersburg, MD, that I used to walk and the section that had beds of daylillies blooming along the path. The were planted there, but almost looked wild.
This is the next in my series of 6x6 floral paintings.
I am on a mission to use all the canvases and paint that I already own before I let myself go to the art supply store. (I did cheat a little and bought supplies online for an upcoming workshop, but I really, really needed some stuff).
I have several 6x6 art panels and these are the perfect size to capture the beauty
I'm an fine art artist in Raleigh, North Carolina. I need a paintbrush in my hand to feel complete and I invite you to follow me on my art journey. Everyday brings new ideas and projects... there simply is not enough time... On December 1, 2012, I joined the community of artists who paint a painting each and every day. I haven't been able to keep up with the daily painting, but I'm trying hard to keep my paintbrushes busy.