Birds-eye primrose, Teesdale

Birds-eye primrose, Teesdale
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Yes a delightful choice of colours Emma, lovely drawing skills.

Lucky you Emma, I have never seen one of these beauties! A lovely painting.

A lovely piece, well-composed, with a beautiful palette.

Beautiful subject, Emma. Love the composition and the delicate colours.

A first for me too, never seen one before Emma, it’s beautifully painted.

The texture you’ve created on those rocks is excellent, I want to reach out and touch them.

Thanks all for the comments. The plants grow in quite remote areas of limestone in northern England, but you can find them if you do your research! The path from Bowlees to High Force in late May is not too strenuous and gives a good chance of seeing these and other rare beauties.

Posted by Emma P on Sun 27 Jan 10:00:11
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26/01/2019
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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.

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Emma P

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…

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