Finally! I’m working on making these botanical art prints available in my Etsy Shop! Yay! Now you can purchase them individually or as a set ; )
I’ve been taking pictures for the shop listings and trying to compose a nice setting for the prints…trial and error style!
I’ve put together a collection of my Native Flower Botanical Series. It’s in my shop HERE. I like the idea of decorating with flowers from this series all together – I designed the rug to have 4 of the flowers: trillium, mayflower, wood anemone, and toad lily. If I had a solarium I would have these pillows on my wicker, this rug on the floor, and the throw blanket on the bench swing…
This will be the last one in this series – Jack-in-the-Pulpit. I’ve really enjoyed doing these detailed studies of some of my favorite wild woodland flowers this winter. A perfect project for the cold/dark days! I’m going to look for black frames to put them in and hang them over my desk : )
And, they’re available in my S6 shop ; )
The next to last botanical: New England native pitcher plant…This one I got to see for the first time while camping by a lake a couple summer ago – so cool!!! I’m finishing it up while I sit by a sunny window – spring is here and I’m enjoying the warmth!
The next in my series of native flowers is the toad lily, or adder’s tongue depending on who you talk to; ) I only have two more of these in the works for this series and then I’m done…for now at least!
Two more botanical illustrations for my native wildflowers series! May Apple and Lady Slipper.
Here’s a pen and marker drawing of a trillium in black, grays, and brown…I did some contour lines, stippling, and cross hatching. I really enjoyed working on this – I may do a series of wild flowers: may apple, jack-in-the-pulpit, toad lily, lady slipper, etc.
(I’m not sure I like the title as part of the piece – so I’ve edited that out in paint.)