Saturday, August 18, 2012

August Duet... The Sequel

Well, these pretty flowers kept singing their song on my desk and I couldn't resist sketching another view! I must say, painting during lunch breaks is quite refreshing.

The Brown-eyed Susan is a tall plant that's covered in smaller flowers. You just feel happy when looking at it.

The Ironweed, which grows right beside the Brown-eyed Susan in the wildflower garden at work, is very tall. But, if you click on the link, you'll see a trimmed version.

The links also bring you to the Spring Island Trust Native Plant Project pages.  You'll find a wealth of plant information there.  Our next Native Plant Sale is scheduled for October 20th and is open to the public. 

The lovely illustrations you see on the Native Plant pages are by artist Katie Lee. She is a frequent visiting artist to Spring Island.  Another reason why I love my job so.... I am able to meet a variety of artists.  Inspiration abounds :)


  1. Dear Pam,
    What a lovely painting with flowers' merrily choir! Also, you're so nice to introduce other artists, too. Have a wonderful weekend!
    Cheers, Sadami

  2. Replies
    1. Thanks, Rhonda! I love the two colors together... may have to redecorate the guest bedroom :)

  3. Delightful paintings! I wish I could paint like that.

  4. Thanks for stopping by, Green Gal! You can... just have to start :) And, be patient with yourself. There's a world of joy awaiting in a nature journal!