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Protea

The beautifully painted image of South AFrica's national flower, The Protea painted by local artist Shaune Rogatschnig Abstract Art Painting, Art Painting, Botanical Art, Painting, Protea Art, Art, South African Art, Abstract, Beautiful Art

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The beautifully painted image of South AFrica's national flower, The Protea painted by local artist Shaune Rogatschnig

Hawaiian protea flowers by L.F.Lee, via Flickr

Hawaiian protea flowers

Huge, beautiful Protea Flowers.

It is difficult not to admire this majestic, unique, symbolic flower ,so familiar to all South Africans. The artists wanted to approached this theme in a loose, spontaneous manner, emphasizing the ...

At Play - Hilary Grant-Currie Art

“To play” means to engage in enjoyable activity for the sake of amusement. Playing is synonymous with happiness, energy, fulfilment, youth, and exuberance. To play is a verb, a doing word, hence the titles.

The best flowers to keep in your home this winter. Roses and tulips are great flowers to keep at home during winter. Art Prints, Art Painting, Flower Art, Floral Art, Painting, Protea Art, Art, Diy Art, Beautiful Art

A Passion For Proteas

Roses and Rust: A Passion For Proteas

Protea - Oil on canvas painting Abstract Flower Art, Art Oil, Abstract Oil, Art Painting, Painting, Protea Art, Oil Painting, Oil Painting Abstract, Abstract

Protea ll by Ray Saunderson

Protea ll by Ray Saunderson | Oil Paint | still-life impressionism, M 46cm (W) x 46cm (H) x 3.5cm (D), 1.50 kg - Buy online at Bluethumb

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protea vintage - Google Search

protea vintage - Google Search

protea vintage - Google Search

Proteas Please and Tease Me - Gardening Gone Wild

Proteas Please and Tease Me

The Proteaceae family was named after the mythical god Proteus, son of Poseidon, because the flowers have so many forms. Proteus could foretell the future, but changed his shape so he didn't have to. Doesn't the king protea above look like a snow cone? And this banksia, a corn cob? The petals feel like coated plastic wire, the kind used in telephone cables. Proteas (plants in the genera Protea, Banksia and Leucospermum) are from Australia and South Africa. Although grown commercially in my…