Bright Begonia

Bright Begonia

gorgeous colour of begonia. lovely fresh painting Margaret

Beautiful painting of a lovely flower. May I be a little mean and say perhaps a little more darks under the petals to lift and separate them Sorry. colours are so vibrant well done Margaret

Lovely and cheerful Margaret.n

That is a beau tiful painting Margaret.

Lovely work, Margaret. That gorgeous palette really is a standout!


This is quite a large size work Margaret, I like the arrangement of the whole thing and of course that superb red.

Really well painted Margaret, I know what you mean, its been a great year for them and this painting proves it.

Thank you all for your very kind comments, it is really encouraging. Tao, thank you for commenting but I'm sorry but I don't agree with you. The vibrant colour was through every petal and there was very little dark shadows. I am pleased with the outcome and will not be changing it. Alan, many thanks for your comment. I nearly always use this size paper and like painting large! It makes you see a close up of the flower which perhaps would not be noticed if it was small. Thanks again.

Vivid is the word, it's also luscious Margaret.

Thank you Fiona for your kind comment.

That's fine work

Posted by T H on Fri 01 Sep 21:46:52

This is a wonderful watercolour painting. The petal texture and colour is beautiful.

Lovely flowerand leaves Margaret. I love these flowers they flower for ages.

Many thanks Timothy, Nicholas and Carole, really appreciated.

Splendid watercolour Margaret

Thank you so much Dermot.

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26x36cm Watercolour. Some of my Begonia's have been huge this year and the colour on some have been so vivid, I just had to paint this.

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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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