Flower Paintings For Sale

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Gallery quality original oil paintings of various variety flowers on miniature to large size stretched canvas or canvas panel.

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Protea Flower painting by Teresa Bernard
6″ w x 6″ h
Yellow Rose Art
6″ w x 6″ h
Sunflower From Behind oil painting
20″ w x 16″ h
Yellow Rose Of Texas oil painting
18″ w x 18″ h

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commission artist for hireTeresa is also a renown commission artist. She has done paintings for fellow art collectors and enthusiasts around the world. If you have a special painting in mind, she would love the opportunity to paint it for you. Simply follow the link for more information on how to commission a painting.

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Flower Oil Paintings From Reference Photos

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Tyler Rose painting
Tyler Rose by Teresa Bernard

Flowers make great subjects for oil paintings and some wonderful paintings of flowers can be created from photographs. Why would an artist want to consider using  reference photos to paint flowers from? You’d be surprised.

One of the best reasons to paint flowers from photographs is artists can do it at their leisure. With reference photos in hand, there simply is no reason to hurry. The artist can work on their flower paintings when it is convenient for them to do so.

Photographs also make it easy for an artist to paint flowers because the pictures will “preserve” the beauty of such a fragile, quickly fading creation of God. Flowers don’t last forever and will usually die after only a few days. When this happens, artists have go out and find another bouquet of the same kinds of flowers to recreate their arrangement with just so they can finish their paintings. By taking a photo of the flower arrangement artists have it just like they want it and can use it to finish their paintings without additional bother.

If you are an artist and desire to create flower oil paintings here are some great tips for you.

Tip #1: Using photos as reference material to paint from is a great way to create floral wall art to display in your home or office. The flowers captured in your photos will never fade or die like fresh ones will. They can also be reused for future paintings.

Tip #2: Try to gather or take multiple photographic pictures to work from. Each photograph should be from a different angle as this will make it easier to paint flowers in your arrangement pointing in several directions. Having your flowers facing several different directions creates more interest in your composition.

Tip #3: Take a walk or visit a park where a flower garden is and observe flowers in their natural habitat. There is such a variety of flowers in nature. Notice how they grow up from the soil at different heights, blossom out at various stages from bud to full blossom and facing in all directions, etc.. These observations will be a helpful aid as you paint a more realistic floral arrangement back at the studio.

Tip #4: Before putting paintbrush to canvas, it would be a good idea to sketch out your flower arrangement using your photographs as reference. This preliminary drawing will serve as a guide for you when you transfer your drawing to canvas.

Tip #5: Refer to your photographs often to compare flower shapes and colors. Try to match as closely as you can to the flowers depicted in your photographs. This will make for a more successful painting.

Once your painting is complete you will be able to sit back and enjoy the beauty of nature and at the same time be proud of your accomplishment. Friends and family will be proud of you too.

Additional Reading

10 Tips for Taking Artist Reference Photos

Using Photographs As Reference Material to Paint Flower Oil Paintings

Flower Paintings For Sale

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