Primulas and muscari – a painting a day
this painting is framed and for sale in the burgess hill open house event see blog June 4th
exhibiting in Burgess Hill 6”x6”, 15cmx15cm, watercolour on heavy weight rag paper
This is a funny kind of grape hyacinth with two colours, I love the inky dark lower flower and the way it contrasts with the delicate blue on the top half. If you think these are strange then you should see the wild grape hyacinth in old fields in Greece and Cyprus, they are not even all blue and strangely spiky.
I picked the primula from the front where they froth up among the Pulmonaria or lungwort; tomorrow in the sun I will take a picture as that corner of the garden looks good at the moment.
The primulas smelt nice in the studio, as soon as you walk out however you catch the whiff of the pear tree…its horrid a chemical doggy sort of small. The first apple blossom opened today ,now that does have a sweet and fresh smell.
This will have to do for today ,as the Geography course work is back again like a bad penny.
#30 a painting a day by Alison Warner on her lemon a day art blog