I Painted A Poppy Flower From Birth To Death In Watercolor

I began portray flowers 6 years in the past utilizing watercolor. My work don’t elevate dialogue on worldviews, lady’s rights or the local weather… If they’re about something, it’s in celebration of nature and nature’s magnificence, which fairly frankly simply blows my thoughts!

By taking away the background and having a single flower suspended, drifting in white house, it actually brings the colour, form and the play between gentle and shadows to the foreground with out the distractions of what usually accompanies a rising plant.

This manner every little thing quietens down and a single, dramatic focus is the consequence.

This collection of work I did “A Good Life” follows the Poppy flower from start to dying, a considerably gloomy theme I do know.

The potential of the bud, the right bloom, the lack of magnificence after which the stillness of the ultimate portray was so attention-grabbing to doc. It appears quite just like the human life cycle I assume now that I write that description.

It took me 18 months to finish the 6 work and about 2 months to color each.

I’ve included some “in course of” photos as so typically folks touch upon them being “nice images” and don’t imagine me after I inform them they’re work.

Extra data: deniseramsay.com

The Bud

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Simply Open

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Perfection

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Pale Glory

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Fragility

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Aged Magnificence

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Simply Open, midway there

Fragility, petal by petal

Within the course of

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