Tuesday, June 7, 2011

A quartet of ACEO wildflowers

These were done back in early May, as a possible entry for the DAC Durango Blooms!  juried show.  I opted to enter the daisy pastel instead.  All are pastel on black Strathmore

Blue Flax
3.5 x 2.5 inches (ACEO)

Nodding Sunflower
Coulter's Daisy

Rosy Paintbrush


  1. I'm a fan of your Rosy Paintbrush! When I'm out in the North Cascades in Washington one of my favorite flowers to see are the neon orange Indian Paintbrushes!

  2. Gorgeous! Thank you for posting.

    LeAnn aka pasqueflower

  3. Hi Jill - thanks! There are so many varieties of Paintbrushes in this region, and there are large variations of color within the Rosy Paintbrushes themselves. They are quite striking, aren't they?

    LeAnn - I'm glad you enjoyed them; they are fun to paint in these small sizes :).


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