Linda's Poppies

Linda's Poppies

Beautiful painting of wildlife in bloom well done Margaret

Wow Margaret this is absolutely stunning, I knew you would come up with something special, the pencils might take longer but well worth it, I've just taken some Lillie pics this morning that im going to post on the forum if anyone wants to have a go, they are stunning, I'm going to get cracking today and get some painting done, have a nice day, it's hot again ,!!! Linda 😀

Thank you Linda for your beautiful photo. I really enjoyed doing this although the colours look better in real life. I'm going to have a go at Fiona's poppies next.

Marvellous Margaret! Well worth the wait.

Super, Margaret. Beautiful colours.

Lovely painting Margaret of such lovely flowers.

You've caught the fragility of the petals perfectly Margaret, it's beautiful.

Oh that's beautiful Margaret.

Ohhh Margaret these are stunning!!

They’re beautiful Margaret.. 👍🏻

How beautiful Margaret,😀

Lovely poppies, Margaret.

Thank you so much everyone, I really enjoyed doing these.

That's a cracker, Margaret...opium poppy, eh!!! so pretty and delicate

Excellent. You spur me on to do more pencil artwork, and as soon as I can am getting some "blender" as you recommended.

What a beautiful rendition of Linda’s poppies Margaret, you are becoming a demon with those pencils!

Thank you so much Thalia, Richard and Fiona.

Beautiful work Margaret, coloured pencils really suit you don't they.

Beautifully delicate, Margaret.

Thank you Peter, Sandra and Willie.


You are so VG with the pencils Margaret.

Excellent work Margaret

Thank you Anne, John and Dermot.

Delicately beautiful!

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9"x12" Coloured Pencil. My version of Linda's Poppies although the colour is coming out more purple than the actual piece. It's strange though as I just looked on my phone and the dark pinks look too red, you can't win!!

About the Artist
Margaret Beynon

March 2019 I am self taught, reading from books and watching dvd's and of course YouTube. Watercolour painting was my first love and then I moved on to coloured pencils which I like very much. I have just started using acrylics which are a very different medium but so far I'm enjoying using them…

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