Poppies in Multiple Media

I’ve got a particular fondness for poppies, not just for their connection to the Great War. They’ve become a favorite subject to recreate in my artwork. Here they are in pencil, ink brush and paint:

31 thoughts on “Poppies in Multiple Media

      1. Hahaha! Yeah, J and I find those types of things at flea markets all the time. We refer to them as art projects gone wrong. I doubt yours will fall into the category. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

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    1. Thank you! That one is Poppies In No Manโ€™s Land. Itโ€™s the first painting I โ€˜soldโ€™ (actually ended up giving it to the person who wanted to buy it) and made a second version for myself to keep. I hope your day is going well!๐Ÿ’—

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      1. You’re welcome, Meg. Great title for the painting. Odd and interesting feelings when you start to part with your artwork, well that’s how I feel anyway, maybe it’s bittersweet. Thank you. ๐Ÿ’—

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    1. Thank you! Flowers and trees are all I feel semi capable of doing in the ink brush. I am practicing with other subjects – theyโ€™re too awful to post however! ๐Ÿ˜‚

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  1. Great work, Meg. I always think the vivid blood red of the poppy against a monochrome background is particularly impactive, and aptly symbolic x
    (Having said that, the fifth one is my favourite too!)

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