Tuesday, April 5, 2011

The Flower Fields


The Flower Fields
Watercolor on archival paper, 9" x 9"
$275 plus $7 shipping in U.S.
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A more traditional version of a flower garden, courtesy of Mother Nature.

No seed ever sees the flower.
~ Zen saying

6 comments:

rahina q.h. said...

how wonderful that you handle oils and watercolours with the same panache Don !

Pierre Raby said...

Unusual deep and strong colors for this medium. We feel the fresh air, beautiful work Don.

Don Gray said...

Thanks a lot, Rahina. I like going back in forth between media. Each has its own advantages and drawbacks--at least for me.

Don Gray said...

Pierre--sincere thanks.

Art By Erika said...

I agree with the previous comments. How indeed to you keep your (water)colors so deep without overworking it? It's at the same time so fresh. Love the clouds, love the trees, love the simplified flowers - heck guess I just love it! :)

Don Gray said...

Thanks a lot, Erika. Oh believe me, I overwork plenty of watercolors--I just try not to post them!