Blooming Delight: Day 1

Abstract Watercolour Flower | Sandra Burns Art

Each day this week I will be profiling one of my favourite artworks – BLOOMING DELIGHT – to share my heart and soul about this painting.

I hope you enjoy this series of posts. Keep a look out as I’ll be sharing something different each day.

This is the week of Blooming Delight.

This is a watercolour painting of a beautiful pink flower, with stunning pinks and golds on the petals.

The flower itself has a crisp centre to attract your eye.

The background is an ethereal green – there but not really there.

For me, the main focus is the centre, but I’m also drawn to that one petal that’s not as brilliant as the others, like a beauty spot on the face of a 1960s movie star.

Blooming Delight | Sandra Burns ART
Blooming Delight | Sandra Burns ART

💖 I love colours and brightness of this painting.

✅ This artwork is 18cm x 27cm, watercolour on paper… and it is for sale, so message me if you’d like to know more.

👀 Keep a look out each day this week to learn more about this painting.

Cheers Sandy
Sandra Burns ART 🎨🙂
“exploring the healing power of nature in art”

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8 Comments

  1. I calls’ them like I see them. It did look like jewels, I didn’t think you did that kind of Art. I have seen artists combine different media.

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    1. This one was different for me – playing with watercolour paints. I feel more comfortable with acrylics though.

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  2. I’m drawn to that one petal that’s not as brilliant as the others, like a beauty spot on the face of a 1960s movie star.

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    1. Thank you so much. Through my art, I like to share the beauty I see in nature.

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      1. That is great

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  3. Beautiful! It almost looks like jewels in the center. Love the color blending.

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    1. Thank you Brenda. Did it bring forth any feelings? I like your reference to the “jewel in the center”.

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