I've drawn flowers for the Vernal Equinox before, but this year there are really slim pickings in our yard. Miniature daffodils and heather are pretty much all the perennials that are in bloom so far.
I've been systematically studying Wil Freeborn's book, 'Learn to Paint Watercolor with 50 Paintings.'
These are some of my attempts:
|Souvenir rocks and shells|
|Items from my purse, (highly organized)|
|The art supplies I used to make this sketch|
Here's one leftover from before spring officially arrived. I drew this in the car on a chilly, rainy day. The wind was whipping the cypress trees that were already frayed and broken from the winter ice storm. The camellia bush was the only thing in bloom.