PAINTING WILD FLOWERS. PAINTING WILD
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Painting Wild Flowers
- A flower of an uncultivated variety or a flower growing freely without human intervention
- Wild Flowers (Kytice) is a Czech drama film. It was released in 2000. It was directed by F. A. Brabec based on 7 best-known, most epic and least explicitly Christian of Kytice, a collection of ballads by Karel Jaromir Erben; while relatively successful commercially, it was deplored by critics
- (Wild Flower (composition)) Speak No Evil is an album by Wayne Shorter, recorded on 24 December 1964 and released on Blue Note in 1965. It is considered by many critics to be Shorter's finest album, and one of the classics of the hard bop (or post-bop) genre.
- The process or art of using paint, in a picture, as a protective coating, or as decoration
- graphic art consisting of an artistic composition made by applying paints to a surface; "a small painting by Picasso"; "he bought the painting as an investment"; "his pictures hang in the Louvre"
- A painted picture
- the act of applying paint to a surface; "you can finish the job of painting faster with a roller than with a brush"
- creating a picture with paints; "he studied painting and sculpture for many years"
Wild Flowers of America (Tiny Folio)
This miniature folio is based upon the well-known portfolio set "North American Wild Flowers", originally published by the Smithsonian Institute. The 400 flowers in the collection depict the huge variety of native wildflowers to be found in North America from the familiar to the rare.
Using the famous full-color paintings of Mary Vaux Walcott as illustrations, this tiny gem of a book depicts 400 wildflowers and plants from all over the country. Some were chosen for their beauty or rareness, others because they are old (and familiar) friends. Either way, Walcott's exquisite paintings capture the delicacy and diversity of America's flowering plants. Wildflowers of America also provides an index with distinguishing characteristics to aid in identification, making this the perfect pocket companion for hikes and nature walks.
Flinders Ranges Wild Flowers 5
Some of these flower fields almost took your breath away. All are protected of course - no picking, no trampling, no digging them up - unless of course you are a sheep, in which case, anything goes. Sheep can be very destructive in fragile environments... just look at Greenland and Iceland. Luckily there are not too many sheep in the Flinders.
From the archive, original on colour positive 35 mm film using a Milolta SRT 101 with a 58 mm lens (36 mm DSLR equivalent) scanned from the positive at 2400 dpi. (Must admit to having had to do a little 'painting' in this image to remove a shy person.)
Wild Flowers, Flinders Ranges, South AustraliaA portion of the uplifted edge of the sedimentary rock layers which form parts of the Flinders Ranges.
From the archive, original on colour positive 35 mm film using a Milolta SRT 101 with a 58 mm lens (36 mm DSLR equivalent) scanned from the positive at 2400 dpi.
Flinders Ranges, South Australia circa 1973
Hello, Wild Flower
A random wild flower I found at Painted Hills, OR. These flowers looked calm until I pointed my camera at them, at which pointed they started swaying like mad. Got tired of waiting for the breeze to stop and ended up with this.
This is better viewed in black (press L or click on the image).
painting wild flowers
These beautiful watercolor images of Texas wild flowers were created in the 1840s and 1850s by Eliza Griffin Johnston, bound into a book, and given to her husband, General Albert Sidney Johnston for his birthday. In 1862, during the Civil War, General Johnston was killed at the Battle of Shiloh. In 1894, Eliza's friend, Rebecca Jane Fisher, of The Daughters of the Republic of Texas, began acquiring artifacts from the Republic of Texas era for a museum and asked Eliza for something that had belonged to the General. It was through those efforts that the chapter received the book, which remained in an Austin bank vault for many years. In 2008, the images were digitalized and the members wanted the beauty of the book to be shared with others. With more than 100 watercolor paintings and a description of each flower, this book is a treasure from Texas's past and an artistic gem.
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