How to Paint a Foxglove Flower – Paint the Natural World for Beginners

Take a stroll through Woodland Grove with me! Let’s draw and paint a foxglove flower together, using the ones that grow in my garden as a model.

The colours are used for this painting were:

I used a size 7 – 9 round synthetic brush. A good choice would be a ProArte Prolene And for paper, a suitable option would be a Langton (Daler Rowney) hot pressed 140lb pad

If you click on any of these links, you will be taken to Jackson’s Art store. The first purchase you make through Jacksons following one of my links gives you an extra 10% discount on top of their already rock-bottom prices. They ship worldwide for reasonable rates, and in the UK orders over £50 are shipped free.

Here are some close up shots…

And some flowers swaying in the breeze to get your creative juices flowing…

Watch the full realtime tutorial here…

Do let me know what you think!

And if you have a go at this painting, please pop over to my Facebook group Learn to Paint Watercolour to share your work. I would love to see it!


off Digital Products, especially for you 🎁

Sign up to our Newsletter to be the first to know when we have something new for you, PLUS get a coupon for 50% off ALL digital products on our site!

*IMPORTANT* Please check your email inbox for a confirmation message from us and click the link in the email - otherwise you won't receive newsletters!

We don’t spam! Read our privacy policy for more info.

2 thoughts on “How to Paint a Foxglove Flower – Paint the Natural World for Beginners”

  1. Patricia McPherson

    I love to watch your videos. You have a soothing and calming voice. I need this at this point in my life. Nothing has been the same since the pandemic. I hope this makes sense to you. Thank you so much for the sketches.

  2. Pingback: 12 Watercolor Flower Tutorials Dahlias to Sunflowers - Lifesoever

Leave a Comment

Shopping Basket
Scroll to Top