Shasta Daisies, Cottage Watercolor and Art Fabrics

I like to buy bouquets now and then to draw the flowers, especially in winter when my garden is not alive with color. This watercolor painting of three daisies came from a bouquet I bought not to long ago. I used pencil and colored pencil with the watercolor for some different effects and shading.

A friend told me about zentangles and I have come to really like doing them. It is good exercise for the brain to not really have an objective or anything I am looking at to draw. It is a challenge for me to relax and just make marks. I like to do them now and then to see what I come up with. This ACEO of Cottages is one of my latest drawings.

I put some more of my drawings onto fabric in my Spoonflower Shop. The ink and watercolor really print well and the watercolor gives such great effects on the fabric. Morning Glory in Lavender at the top, Love in a Mist to the left and Fuchsia Blooms a the bottom.


  1. WOW! I haven't visited in quite some time... you are such an inspiration. Just wish I had time to pick up my pen and brushes, along with the desire to paint, but I've lost it somewhere. So it is all the more meaningful to linger over your lovely artwork! Thank you!!


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