Friday, 17 August 2012

Meadow Flowers



Meadow flowers on silk scarf.  I am obsessed with clover at the moment!



Looking forward to the hottest weekend this year in the UK.  Painting in the garden, a barbeque, walk in the woods.... what will you be doing?


Method: This was something like 45 inches long, made easier mounted on freezer paper.  I used water to dilute the colour for the background, which was painted in after the detail.

15 comments:

  1. How lovely, so delicate.
    Hottest weekend? It's pouring in Cornwall!

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  2. WoW! Beautiful! love the feel of soft, blue silk.

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  3. Pretty clover and a nice pod looking sort of like a poppy. Good painting, Betty. Seems like you are liking the freezer paper method...good results.

    Stay cool over there and have a nice picnic!
    Nancy

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  4. Hi Betty,Your work is stunning! I hope you enjoy a magical weekend,love juliexo

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  5. Love seeing art on fabric!!!! Beautifully done. HPPF!

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  6. The clover is so soft and pretty! I hope you enjoy your summer weekend, Betty!

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  7. This is beautiful - so delicate. I tried silk painting for the first time this week. I didn't get on very well with the gutta so I made a tie dye scarf in pinks, turquoise and lilac. Maggie xx

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  8. That's VERY pretty! Me...I'm waiting on my 3rd grandchild to arrive this weekend. :)

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  9. Absolutely lovely, me? I am huddled in front of the fire, its still winter here in NZ

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  10. clover is a wonderful thing to be obsessed with :D

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  11. So feminine and delicate!! Very beautiful!

    Hugs Giggles

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  12. Your work is taking on many dimensions, Betty and with great results. Is that a wee thistle I spot on your scarf?I love it all. x

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