Here is my in-progress Bloody Cranesbill plate. A fairly common, tough, drought resistant wildflower. Much, much more yet to do. About 50% finished—and just now coming into focus. Truly an inch an hour.
I am happy and humbled to find out my Cannabis Sativa will be included in the exhibition “Potions, Poisons and Panaceas” featuring plants and fungi with medicinal properties. The exhibit will run from September 8 through October 28 at the Art Gallery at the Fulginiti Pavilion for Bioethics and Humanities on the CU/Anschutz Medical CampusContinue reading “Potions, Poisons and Panaceas”
Here is an interesting exercise if you find that your leaf drawings are looking too flat and uniform, a problem I all too often have. Hold a live sample of your plant in your non-drawing hand—in my case Bloody Cranesbill leaves. Start turning the sample and look closely at the variety of angles/views of theContinue reading “Leaves 360”