Iris with Attitude

Iris with Attitude
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A lovely painting of the iris Margaret

Lovely Iris - I really like it!

Lovely - colours are great!

I love irises too Margaret - lovely.

Really excellent Margaret, coloured pencils certainly are your medium.

Really well done Margaret, love the contrasting purple and yellows.

So elegant Margaret. Beautiful colours, I like it very much.

I've only ever drawn a handful of flowers in my lifetime Margaret. I could never achieve this standard mind you, superb detail and control.

Really lovely work, Margaret. I like Irises, it's a pity they don't flower longer.

Purple and yellow is always good. Another great coloured pencil image.

Absolutely spot on, Margaret. I had a stack of irises in my garden a few years ago (died off) and they looked exactly like this. The colours are perfect, just perfect. You've also caught the delicate weight of the petals, that flimsy vulnerable look that can be seen when they are in full bloom. Lovely. Bri

Subtle hatching with beautiful colours – a super drawing Margaret!

Beautiful colours and work, I love iris's they are such beautiful flowers to paint, this is one of your best 😀

Thank you so much everyone, I really appreciate you taking the time to give me your very kind comments.

Really beautiful colour Margaret, love the forms in the top petals especially.

Lovely colours and beautiful result.

Fine detail Margaret which shows the contours of the petals perfectly.

Beautiful as always Margaret, love the colours.

Lovely colours and tonal value!

I love them also this is lovely

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23/10/2018
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9"x12" Bristol Board with Coloured Pencils. I love the Iris flower so like to draw them.

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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