Since spring is the season of flowers and growth. I decided to share some of the floral work I’ve done over the years. The first piece below I created back in high school. It was the first time I attempted Pointillism, which is an art form composed entirely of dots. By altering the size, colors, and space between each individual dot, a beautiful image is created.
The next two artworks were the first serious watercolor paintings I created in high school. They were recreations of famous existing pieces. They were also done two distinctive styles. The first was recreated in a broken brush stroke in which I did not blend the colors, but instead laid the colors next to one another. The second painting was originally composed of thick and dark oil paint. My version was done in lighter colors and watercolor paint.