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Meet Maryjo Koch, naturalist from California, US. Her work is great, so please if you live there, go visit!

Meet Maryjo Koch, naturalist from California, US. Her work is great, so please if you live there, go visit!

Another woeful reaction from the group over cross hatching! 'Too hard!' Well, can I just say the results are some of my favourite yet, as yo...

Another woeful reaction from the group over cross hatching! 'Too hard!' Well, can I just say the results are some of my favourite yet, as yo...

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Bewitching, Beautiful And Bountiful Botanical Art - Bored Art

Bewitching, Beautiful And Bountiful Botanical Art

Canasta clásica pintada al oleo no se el autor pero me pareció digna de estar en el tablero obras de arte

Canasta clásica pintada al oleo no se el autor pero me pareció digna de estar en el tablero obras de arte

This simple still life of 3 pears is so beautiful. Pears have such graceful shapes and textures.  The highlights and shadows are very effective.  (Three Green Pears, J Palmer Daily painting Original oil)

World of Miniature Bears - RABBIT - 5" Mini Mohair Bunny - Sparse White

This simple still life of 3 pears is so beautiful. Pears have such graceful shapes and textures. The highlights and shadows are very effective. (Three Green Pears, J Palmer Daily painting Original oil)

Citron de Nice | oil on gessoed card. Via Postcard from Provence, a diary in daily paintings by British artist Julian Merrow-Smith, following the changing seasons of his adopted home in the Vaucluse, in the South of France. His still life paintings are inspired by objets trouvés, pottery and seasonal produce from the local markets whilst many of his landscape paintings picture scenes within walking distance of his studio, 2010.

Citron de Nice | oil on gessoed card. Via Postcard from Provence, a diary in daily paintings by British artist Julian Merrow-Smith, following the changing seasons of his adopted home in the Vaucluse, in the South of France. His still life paintings are inspired by objets trouvés, pottery and seasonal produce from the local markets whilst many of his landscape paintings picture scenes within walking distance of his studio, 2010.