Birds-eye primrose, Teesdale
The geology of upper Teesdale allows a wide variety of rare and beautiful wildflowers to thrive. This primrose grows on the outcroppings of limestone rocks near Low Force. Watercolour on HP paper; cobalt blue, permanent mauve, opera rose, aureolin.
About the Artist
I'm an amateur painter from County Durham. I sketch and paint for my own enjoyment and relaxation; in particular, looking at the plants and animals in our local area and attempting to paint them. My painting "Goldfinches on Teasel" was chosen to be made into a card by Tees Valley Wildlife Trust. I…View full profile