Wednesday, July 23, 2014

white flowers in watercolor

amidst all the other things I have been painting I have been wanting to do more white flowers in watercolor, after i enjoyed doing those white roses so much. If you missed it they are here.

I like it but I was much happier with the white roses...
I have a bunch more photos of other white flowers to pick from though so there will be more art soon...


  1. This is is lovely! I love watercolours but i'm so useless with them!

  2. I like these just as much as the roses! White flowers are such a challenge and you have met that challenge, for sure. Wonderful pieces. :)

  3. Beautiful. I love the shades of green.

  4. Fantastic work! White flowers always have a magic of their own, and you have captured it here so well. Valerie

  5. Beautiful work Andrea. You've really captured the essence. Have a great weekend.

  6. Gorgeous as are those white roses on the other post!! Wow impressive! You have such diverse skills!

    Hugs Giggles

  7. its beautiful, so soft and translucent, lovely,

  8. Wow, beautiful funkia (don't know if that's the right name)
    The watercolours are soo beautiful!!! I love the blotches in the first photos!
    Happy PPF

  9. Your painting is totally exquisite and delicate, and I loved to see the progress photos.

  10. I loved seeing the process of making this truly exquisite watercolor painting. Thank you for sharing. This painting just fills my eyes--which is the greatest compliment I can give.

  11. Wow this is really stunning. The photo of the flowers and those huge leaves. Then to see how you painted it. Wonderful!!!

  12. I really love these. It's fascinating to see how you start out and then the wonderful end-result!
    I'm not sure you received my email regarding the bloghop, so I'll just write it here again:
    I have written the answers to the 4 questions on my blog in this post:
    I have linked to your blog, and will link again this Friday when you have answered the 4 questions (you're supposed to do that on Monday, but I guess you have a bit of freedom with the day ☺)
    These are the 4 questions:
    1. How does my creative process work?
    2. How does my work differ from others of its genre?
    3. What am I working on now?
    4. Why do I create what I do?
    Looking forward to reading your answers!