Happy flowers make up this happy painting. You will find a few of the bees in among the flowers in this original watercolor floral illustration by Laurie Rohner.
This is a fabulous watercolor and ink illustration of garden wildflowers. I painted my nature watercolor illustration of wildflowers in the garden using shades of reds, blue and purple on a canvas panel and sealed it with varnish. Just add your favorite frame.
Title: Herbs and Flowers Medium: watercolor and ink on canvas panel Canvas Size: 20 x 16-inches Unframed.
I love spring. The trees pushing their sap up through the trunk and out into their branches. Then seeing the buds start to open and the seeds dangle from the ends. The dirt thaws and the flower bulbs break through up into the sunlight. That always amazes me how these delicate flowers can sprout with so much energy exerted just to be magnificent flowers from a bulb? The wildflowers and garden flowers start in with their dance and spring is alive and the world is singing.
Large original watercolor and ink artwork of garden flowers and wildflowers in a detailed nature botanical floral painting. Find red poppy and pink coneflower, blue larkspur, purple butterfly bush, teasel, yellow wildflowers, thistle, daisies, and sweet pea. I even added a bee. There are so many wonderful detailed drawn and painted flowers in my garden flower medley illustration.
The watercolor is on 140 lb watercolor paper and I used high-quality watercolors and ink to create this watercolor painting.
This painting just simply makes you feel good. Take in a breathe and smell the flowers.
Hang it in the nursery, give it as a gift or keep it for yourself. Great price for an original watercolor.
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Title: Flowers are Alive Medium: watercolor ink on paper Paper Size: 18 x 24 inches Signature on the front certificate of authenticity enclosed Unframed
What a question right? I work with a large spectrum of products, from fine art to prints, painted furniture to murals and more. I wanted to make it easier for me to add my smaller artwork. I looked into varied options and read a review about scanners. As he exclaimed reproducing images old school can not be beat. A good camera is necessary for larger work and of course 3D work, such as my painted furniture and murals. Let’s face it you are not going to slap a wall down on a scanner. So what is my goal?
I have refocused my work and want to produce smaller work. Not simpler or of lesser quality just smaller. Some in watercolor, some in oil and I want to add my work to my FineArtAmerica web site. A scanner made sense. So after researching the wide range of scanners I found an Epson V370 Photo. Now I am scanning my heart out. Love this scanner and the scan and stitch option fabulous. My images are clear and the colors are smack on.
Prints come in various sizes, buy the print framed with framing options galore or have it printed on canvas metal or wood.
Hope you stop by the print shop at Laurie Rohner Studio and find something fabulous for a gift or for your home. Need help choosing a frame? Happy to help.