In the Moss garden by flowerelfe

In the Moss garden

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Added: Jul 12, 2008
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This is the newest addition to my series of pen and ink "Fantasy Garden" paintings. I started this series back in 1998 and it's gradually been evolving as I add to it over the years. I enjoy drawing stylised plants often from cones, ferns, mosses and lichens and populating the "gardens" with creatures, some half-hidden among the plants. This one was completed a couple of days ago (July 2008).

These drawings are made using fine-nib technical pens on watercolour paper which I first mottle with acrylic ink spodges...it's fun driping ink onto damp paper and watching it "bloom" or blowing the droplets with a straw.

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Guest's picture

this is an absolutly breathtaking piece ... i like that it isn't like lots of the other things available for viewing when one looks up "fantasy art"

mpatrick's picture

A very lovely piece; it's so full of textures!

flowerelfe's picture

This was created with pen and inks, then the fairy and bubbles picked out in white acrylic paint.

Guest's picture

I love this, what did you use to do this, pastels?

skarbog's picture

and i mean watercolors as in the shades of grean and blue...*thumbs up*

skarbog's picture

very impressive! i admire the amount of details you brought into this piece of art.. and i like the watercolours you used! great!

ambroughton's picture

Beautiful!

flowerelfe's picture

Thank you!!! Smile I forgot to add that I used white acrylic paint to pick out the fairy and bubbles, and that the painting measures 7 x 6 inches...so I needed a magnifying glass for some of the work.

flowerelfe's picture

Awwww! Thank you! I'm absolutely delighted by the unexpected Editor's Pick!!!

krumm33's picture

wonderful, your style is just amazing. i agree with pierre, way to go!

carles's picture

This is absolutely gorgeous. A well-deserved editor's pick.

Art at its best.