Beautiful Flower Paintings - Artist Melissa McKinnon - Abstract Floral Paintings and Canvas Prints
ORIGINAL PAINTING 10"X10" | MELISSA MCKINNON Colourful modern abstract floral painting of pink and coral roses with blooming cherry blossom flowers by abstract botanical artist Melissa McKinnon | Titled “AMONG THE CHERRY BLOSSOMS III” a palette knife impasto acrylic painting on canvas | View the new collection of ORIGINAL BOTANICAL PAINTINGS and fine art giclee PRINTS ON CANVAS in Melissa's online art gallery.
Banksia Giclee Print, Australian Flora
The Banksia print is part of a series of Australian native flora prints. Please see my other listings to see the other prints in this series. The paper size is slightly larger than A4, so that it can be framed in an A3 frame with mount. Alternatively it could be trimmed slightly to fit straight in to an A4 frame. It will fit off-the-shelf frames. The A3 print is slightly larger than A3 and will also fit off-the-shelf A3 frames. (Frame not included) The image is printed on heavyweight…
Banksia in the Bush — CLAIRE ISHINO
Banksia in the Bush Take a walk through a native wonderland… This is a limited edition archival reproduction print of my original gouache painting, printed on Hahnemuhle Bamboo Paper. Each print is numbered, titled and signed beneath the image and will come packaged in a protective plastic sleeve
Gumleaves Watercolour, Australian Native Art Print, Gumleaves Print, Gumleaves Wall Art, Eucalypt Leaf Art
A beautiful Gumleaves watercolour print that will make you proud of our Aussie bush. This watercolour has been rendered in such a way as to show off the graduation of colours between a blossoming young, pink gum leaf to the deep green of the mature leaf. This Australian native art print of my detailed watercolour study of Eucalyptus gum leaves will beautify your home and would be a lovely Australian gift from you to any Aussies living overseas. Artwork is the easiest and most effective way…
As I was photographing the rosellas in our backyard I looked up in one spot and saw this guy staring back at me! They roost in our trees about 2-3 times a year so it's always nice to see them. Do you have Facebook? Please consider 'Liking' my page! Explore: October 3 #53. My first photo to reach 5 figures in views, thanks everyone!