SPRING RISING – WATERCOLOUR PAINTING

As a corollary to the previous post on autumn, here’s one of spring with its clamouring surge. It started in some watercolour doodlings I posted a week ago and I liked the pose of the lower daffodil so thought I would do a quarter imperial painting and see how it came out – though I prefer my first version of the bottom daffodil – always a peril when repainting a subject. I have tackled this approach a long time ago, though it didn’t turn out as punchy as this one.

Looking at it as I write, the mass of blooms at the top remind me of a flock of hungry seagulls scrapping over scattered bread. OK, in my world seagulls can come in yellow.

Other floral paintings are available for sale ready for Christmas on my website: grahammcquadefineart.com

4 thoughts on “SPRING RISING – WATERCOLOUR PAINTING

  1. Nice painting, spring is coming. We are getting a very unusual November warm spell right now. Its gonna be like 18C for several days until early next week. Its gonna make it hard to ski and snowshoe this winter. But the warmth is good too.

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