Protea art

Collection by Almarie Harmse

Lots of beautiful watercolor illustrations of little birds in this Etsy shop. Little birds make me happy. Vogel Illustration, Watercolor Illustration, Little Birds, Art Plastique, Bird Feathers, Beautiful Birds, Pretty Birds, Art Lessons, Collages


Watercolor & digital collage. Will be available as a print in the shop tomorrow.

xxx ~ Lulie Wallace still life. I have a Lulie Wallace. I purchased it direct from her in Charleston.she's just as sweet as her paintings. Art And Illustration, Art Floral, Pop Art, Heart Art, Painting Inspiration, Color Inspiration, Les Oeuvres, Painting & Drawing, Flower Art

Lulie Wallace -

Happy Sunday! The sunny spring-weather here in Holland got me in the mood for sharing some of Lulie Wallace’s colorful flower-paintings. Aren’t they gorgeous? Lulie Wallace is an artist who works from the Redux Contemporary Art Center based in Charleston, South Carolina. Below you find just a few out of numerous gorgeous flower paintings by Lulie, so make sure to visit her website for more:

Ink & Spindle - Set of 3 'Proteaflora' Artist Prints Flowers Illustration, Illustration Blume, Botanical Illustration, Botanical Art, Art Floral, Floral Prints, Tissue Paper Art, Paper Poms, Atelier D Art

Set of 3 'Proteaflora' Artist Prints

Stepping away from her usual medium of screen printed textiles, Lara Cameron has designed this series of three, limited edition digital artist prints featuring one of her favourite subject matters - Proteaflora! These prints have been Giclee printed with archival inks onto a gorgeous ecologically friendly stock. Hahnemuhle Bamboo is made from 90% bamboo and 10% cotton rag. Each print is available as part of a limited edition run of two different sizes: 20 x A1, and 30 x A2. The print size…

Protea - The genus Protea was named in 1735 by Carl Linnaeus after the Greek god Proteus, who could change his form at will, because they have such a wide variety of forms. Protea Art, Protea Flower, Art And Illustration, Illustrations, Art Floral, Nature Sketch, Flower Sketches, Texture Art, Botanical Prints

Protea - The genus Protea was named in 1735 by Carl Linnaeus after the Greek god Proteus, who could change his form at will, because they have such a wide variety of forms.

Prentresultaat vir protea line drawings Protea Art, Protea Flower, Lino Art, Simple Line Drawings, Floral Drawing, Botanical Drawings, Mural Art, Watercolor Illustration, Flower Art

Flora Africa Protea

It was great to come fourth in the Spoonflower contest last week, the theme was African textile design. I wanted to do something with the Protea incorporating some design elements influenced by African baskets and mud cloth printing. Below are some of the illustrations I did although, only the top two were used in the final design and the elements around them were drawn on the computer. This was one of my favourite contests, I loved all the colours and patterns, and ended up voting for about…

"Protea in a glass jar daily painting by Heidi Shedlock. Easy Flower Painting, Simple Oil Painting, Abstract Flower Art, Protea Art, Flower Artists, Guache, Encaustic Art, Diy Canvas Art, Botanical Art

Protea in a glass jar #380

Daily painting #380. 4"x6" oil on primed canvas panel This protea is sitting in a glass jar on my studio desk. I have been staring at it all day while I caught up on piles of admin at the computer.....I would rather have been painting! Purchase paintings at Heidi Shedlock Fine Art (Click on the highlighted writing to view gallery of available daily paintings and for all purchase details)

 Shot against a cream wall because I like it to look a little like old botanical illustrations. Protea Art, Protea Flower, Flora Flowers, Unusual Flowers, All Flowers, Types Of Flowers, Flowers Nature, Amazing Flowers, Waratah Flower

Flower Studies - Kaye Uiterwyk

I like to choose unusual flowers. More commonly photographed flowers automatically get you into clichés when you photograph them but less common ones get you thinking about just how you're going to treat them. Most of these are taken with a Tamron 90mm macro lens which is sharp and can take some stopping down for greater depth of field but it can also render out-of-focus areas beautifully when the aperture is opened up.