11' x 9"
on 140# paper
framed or unframed
date completed: 2017
My father-in-law, Charles Fox had bulb flowers planted on the east side of his house in Sun City, California. When my husband Joe and I moved to Romoland, California, I dug up some of the bulbs, including iris and daffodils.
The flowers have seen been flourishing in the planter on the north side of my house.
I love daffodils, the totally yellow trumpet shaped flowers, as well as narcissus, which are the yellow-centered flowers, and jonquils, which are all white. So, technically speaking, the image in this painting is a narcissus.
They have such a sweet aroma and are so bright and cheerful. I picked good specimens and used them for a still life in my drawing class, using graphite pencil to render their trumpets. I also went on to paint this one in acrylic paints on 11” x 9” watercolor paper.
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