Australia flora and fauna

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Waratah - national flower of NSW Australia

Karen Bailey Studio Waratah 1 Coloured Pencil over Ink November 2013.  Prints available from karenbaileystudio.net. Click the image to go to the blog which tells you the story of this painting.  Commissions also available.

Waratah 1

It has been a while since I have done a coloured pencil drawing of a flower, so on my mini holiday I decided to draw a Waratah that I had bought for my office. It is so nice to have flowers in my o…

Scanner Art- Australian Native Flowers

Scanner Art- Australian Native Flowers

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Pink Flowering Gum by Teva - Idea for a quilt?

Pink Flowering Gum, flowers and bees, popular nature art print, size 8'x10'/A4 (No. 24)

"Pink Flowering Gum" print is 8"x10" high quality reproduction of my original watercolor illustration. The print is produced on a very precise Aquarelle Stoko paper. It is a heavy weight, archival and acid-free paper. The standard size of the print is easy to framing. Each print is signed and dated on the back then carefully packed and shipped. The packages are dispatched from Germany. Feel free to message me for any questions. Thanks for visiting my shop! Ola Liola Teva Kiwi

23 Stunning Proteas - Decoratoo

You're leaving part of the flower's stem for a base for more flowers like the one that you are cutting. It is crucial to be aware that flowers are usually very fragile and may have to be dyed before drying,

Wildflowers - Helen Fitzgerald

Wildflowers F48 | Helen Fitzgerald - Botanical & Wildlife artist

#Exoticflowers

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