Friday, September 5, 2008

Cone Flower watercolor painting

Echinacea is sometimes called "Cone Flower." This is a little watercolor, one of my Tiny Bits of Fine Art.

Detail:

This piece has layers of magentas, violets, greens and ochers. "Cone Flower" is 5 1/4 inches tall by 3 5/8 inches wide, sized to fit into a 7x5 mat and frame. Click here for Cone Flower in my Esty Shop.

Here is a peek into my studio, the fridge door. The card is cut from one I received from Madeline, my sister in law, and the "Exhale" magnet is from my sister Lisa.

Please visit my Etsy store for original watercolor and oil paintings priced from $10.00 to $395.00.

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Thank you!
Jean

Jean Levert Hood

7 comments:

Marionette said...

Jean,
I really love the colors of this one! The style of your watercolors is so loose and fun! You give me inspiration every time!

Aloha,
Marionette

Jean Levert Hood said...

No, No, Marionette, It is you who inspires me! You inspired me to get out the pens again!

Kathy Martin Studio said...

Jean,

Your cone flowers are delightful! I could never ever paint in watercolor as you do!

smiles

Kathy

kathymartinstudio.blogspot.com

Janyce said...

I've tried watercolor. Believe me, mine never come out like yours. You make something difficult look so easy! Lovely, too!

Jean Levert Hood said...

Kathy, thank you for stopping by! Yes you could! Watercolor is "tameable," and still fun, give it a shot!

Jean Levert Hood said...

Janyce, you are so kind! Thank you, and yes, you can do it too!

siiso said...

Beautiful work!!