Spring blooms. Watercolor
Flowers in Art > During the recent #stayathome period, we asked you to share paintings and drawings inspired by a variety of creative art prompts that our team created. Have a look at what your peers did while self-isolating, and be inspired.
In this collection, we’re sharing some of our favorite results from the
“Spring Blooms” challenge. Enjoy! Flowers in Art
@emanuelagi_art > “… and what about magnolia flowers? Personally I adore not only the flowers, but also the tree!”
@hartmann.mona > “Springbloom“
@truthandcanvas > Spring is a little slow here in Northern Michigan. These spring blooms were forced indoors. It’s brought me joy watching them open day by day. @realism.today #stayhomespringbloom 9”x11” Pastel on Primed board
@ulisse_tourguide_florence > Spring Bloom ! Tulips in a drawer. The size is 40x40cm and the medium is oil❤️ Thank you @manonpaardenkooper and @bitukov7 the inspiration🙏❤️
@isabellerichardart My Spring Bloom Painting for this week @realism.today challenge. — 🎨 EFFLORESCENCE oil on canvas – 22” x 28” (56 x 71 cm) — 📷 photo-reference: Ekomasova
@erika_lozano_art > This is a Festiva Maxima peony. She blooms at the perfect time of the year I think. This painting will be available for purchase upon completion. Email or Direct Message with inquiries or visit ErikaLozano.com
@mattduquetteart > Amaryllis. 5×7″ ink brush – $40. I’ve always liked Amaryllis because of its thick, dark stem and giant delicate flowers.
View even more results from our “spring bloom” challenge here on Instagram.
Today’s article is sponsored by:
KATHY ANDERSON: BRINGING THE GARDEN INDOORS
For many of us, our moms had a lot to do with our passion for flowers.
When springtime hits and the flowers are everywhere, we wish they would last forever.
What if you could capture your favorite flowers, flowering trees, or garden, with the emotion you feel when you see them?
What if those flowers you love so much could hang on your walls forever and remind you of spring on those cold gray gloomy winter days?
Throughout history, artists have certainly taken notice and captured the beauty, radiance, and grace of the garden.
Preview this art workshop video here:
Click HERE to learn more about how to paint flowers with Kathy Anderson’s “Bringing the Garden Indoors” art video workshop.