Friday, March 25, 2011

More flowers...


I am enjoying painting these color drop flowers. It's very relaxing to paint them and even when they look pretty bad the black outline always helps. The leaves are really fun to paint too. I use a soft oriental brush. The weather here is just so beautiful. Bucky and I really should walk around and take some pictures of all these blooming flowers around the neighborhood. 
Maybe we will do that tomorrow. 

13 comments:

Mixe Media - Maria Esperanza said...

I love your Flower Art!!!

Online class for these Flower?

Hugs,

Mary said...

I would love my field to be full of your beautiful blooming flowers Martha!

fran p. said...

Martha, I am so uplifted by your beautiful flowers. I so wish you would do an online class teaching your technique....the simplicity of these flowers make them so beautiful! I never get enough of your artistry…

Fran said...

I really like these flowers Martha. So cheerful to look at. TFS

Marie aka Grams said...

I'll pay money to learn how to do this. You Tube videos on the way??
A class at Creative Workshops? Can you fly out to SLC to teach a group?
Love these.

jgr said...

Gorgeous and inspiring as always!

lori vliegen said...

it looks like fabulous art is blooming all over in your studio! fabulous garden you have growing there!! xox

Bren said...

all these pretty little flowers make me yearn for Spring, we are still feeling our winter here :-)

PaperPumpkin said...

{sigh} These flowers are so pretty! I really do love the reds and ornages with that blue. These will be my flower fix for the day, for my tiny snowdrops and crocus are buried under the snow once more. Thank you, Martha! ♥ kath

Deanna said...

I would love to buy a lesson on how to do this! They are beautiful.

Kellys Art Journaling/ Sharing The Journey said...

I LOVE these ones. I really like the black outline to the top one! Gorgeous!
Hugs and blessings

Renee Troy said...

It never fails...your art always brings a smile to my face.

Ophelia said...

Gorgeous Martha! I'm so inspired by your work.

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