Weekend Art Challenge – Garden Flowers

Welcome to our big reveal of beautiful paintings from our recent weekend art challenge – Blooming Bliss Garden Flowers. The idea of this challenge was to capture the essence of blooming flowers along with their vibrant colours in all their glory. The response we have received has been nothing short of spectacular, and we couldn’t be happier with the vibrant paintings that have been created!

Our featured image is by Tomaz who has created a lovely collection of watercolour of flowers. Scroll down the page to see it in full. Beautifully painted, nice crisp watercolour – superb!

Student Catherine Thompson has skilfully intertwined flowers and words. The eloquent fusion of painting and language is a testament to the powerful storytelling that art can convey.

We also wanted to bring everyone’s attention to Debbie Davidges’ painting. Her jug of yellow flowers she has painted is absolutely stunning – well done Debbie!

We are unable to mention everyone here but please know that we love every painting that has been submitted! It was a hard decision as to who to choose for featured image this week… you all could have been! Well done, give yourselves a pat on the back! Stay tuned for the next challenge!

It is a mixed media study of hydrangeas and hibiscus in my garden – I have tried to give a 3d effect to the centres of the hibiscus using acrylics – I have also added words to illustrate what flowers mean to me personally.
Catherine Thaompson
Debbie Davidge
Vera Jaouadi 
I do love Magnolia flowers and I drew so many of Magnolia series already. This is my recent art work. I have no definite reference photos about this drawing because I’d dream it and then I made this. I draw this some of the reflection and shadow works that’s based upon through my drawing experiences and theory knowledge. Also I draw different colours and design in this one which I did before. But I love it much. Hope you love it.
Artist Maria Ei Zar
Blueweed or viper‘s bugloss (Echinum vulgare) with its bright blue blossoms drawn with ordinary coloured pencils on DIN A 5 paper.
Serafine Christine
Garden flowers
A rose from the Queen Mary Rose Garden in Regents Park. Pastels and dry watercolour pencils used.
Nina Phillips
Trudy Yardy
Latha Bhaduri Prabakar
Nurgul Ozkeser 
Tomasz Jawski

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