Category When Only Flowers Will Do

Last summer blast

Last summer blast

There is always a time when one enjoys the summer most – but ruins it all by admitting: IT IS JUST ABOUT OVER This...

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it is still spring

it is still spring

It seems to me that we had a winter with some damaging results for small flowering shrubs. Some of mine did a totally no...

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Spring has sprung #3

Spring has sprung #3

Happy third day of spring 34 x 34 x 2″   acrylic on canvas     ready to hang abstract  blossoms on quality  ...

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Painted pictures series #1 – gemalte Bilder

Painted pictures series #1 – gemalte Bilder

seatocanvas Clematis, Crystal Fountain acrylic on archive paper with a 2″ archival mat my favorate clematis – Meine beforzugten Cematis $ 95.00  or make...

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Orchid Cactus

Orchid Cactus

  A one night + one day –  stand and four years of waiting. Epiphyllum or orchid cactus acrylic on watercolor paper 12×12″  unframed  ...

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Songbird in the Magnolia Tree

Songbird in the Magnolia Tree

In color we hear the sound – the Song of the Sparrow, so reassuring - it is spring again! 22×22″   acrylic/canvas and just because one...

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Summer’s End

Summer’s End

September 14, 2011 | When Only Flowers Will Do | No Comments

Monkshoods are late to bloom this year All spring and early summer they were waiting for the sun Shooting up to the sky –...

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MY THREE COLUMBINE +1

MY THREE COLUMBINE +1

ACRYLIC/CANVAS   2X  12X16  $ 400.00 SEE STORY IN “PAINTER’S WORLD”   PayPal Check-Out Page

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Himalayan Blue

Himalayan Blue

Himalayan Blue                                                                I am so amazed that a fragile looking flower as the Himalayan Poppy shows us its beauty in this miserable rainy weather....

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COLOR MIX

COLOR MIX

  Color mix Spring is late this year again. Only the most daring flowers playing peek a boo – the rain will ruin the...

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