Anemones are a favorite flower for the house and look good tucked into a corner. The same goes for a painting of a bunch of anemones in whatever color you like best, as they come in every shade from white to deep purple. So let’s get painting!
In this video I talk about the choice of colors I made to create my first watercolor painting box back in 1989. Here’s the list of colors which I chose at that time, plus a few extras which have made the box a complete set, capable of painting any type of composition.
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Painting Loose Watercolor Anemones – how to paint impressionistic and lively flowers
Here’s a closeup of this painting so you can see how loose the work is. I used only one brush, four shades of red, one yellow and one green. The paper I used was a stretched sheet of Bockingford. All my materials are available from Jacksons. Their shipping charge is very reasonable and they are reliable.
f you want to follow along and have a go at this subject, the link to the YouTube video is here.