Painting a bouquet of flowers in watercolor

My subject for this week is this beuatiful bouquet of flowers.

For this painting, i work form my real life bouquet instead of painting from a picture like i’m used to. It’s very different to paint like that. Firstly because my point of vue can change with any movement I make. And which each glance i get from my bouquet i see something different. The image is not fixed on a screen or on paper. It’s alive !

The colors are very light and pastel. So far away from the colors of fall ! But it’s always fun and a little bit challenging to paint all these nuances of mauve, pinks and tender greens.

There is no important difficulties on this painting. I wanted something very soft and poetic so i was very attentive at getting soft edges and hard edges with the right amount of details.

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Painting a bouquet of flowers in watercolor

Supplies :
Brushes : Escoda Último nº18, Raphaël petit gris 903 nº12.
Paper : Arches rough.
Colors : Cobalt blue (Schmincke), Manganese blue (Daniel Smith), Amazonite genuine (Daniel Smith), Nickel azo yellow (Daniel Smith), Aussie red gold (Daniel Smith), Rose madder lake (Daniel Smith), Wisteria (Daniel Smith), Lavander (Daniel Smith).

And here you have the finished painting (click to enlarge) :

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