Let’s see…I finished a charcoal drawing of a local dairy cow… this is 16″ x 20″ on pastelbord…
I finally finished the Lily of the Valley (it’s a Flower of the Month for May). It’s 8″ x “10” on Stonehenge paper…and yes, it was white paper that I painstakingly darkened. (Reminder to myself that there are other papers to choose from!)
I also finished the tiger lilies here, that I believe is on Aquabord (Ampersand). It’s 10″ x 8″ and is framed without glass.
The poinsettias are actually small – 4″ x 4″, almost coaster size, which is exactly what my family thinks it should be…
Another flower of the month, this time for June…an antique rose.
This is a 16″ x 20″ pastel of tropical flowers…I keep forgetting what they’re called. I can’t decide whether or not to leave it as is, with part of it incomplete, or work it a little more. That’s why I haven’t framed or named it.
And finally, the autumn berries – on aquabord, 7″ x 5″, framed without glass. (I may have already added this to a post, but maybe not?)
I do have another colored pencil flower I’m working on…I promise to add this as I work instead of posting the finished product.