Behold, the destruction by smashing of a lovely wisteria flower spray, all of the sake of art. Here is the flower cluster before its demise, I auditioned the placement of it among the impressions of pink dogwoods.
Next, I plucked each floret from the main stem and placed them on my fabric to re-create the arc of the flower cluster as it had danced in the spring breeze on its parent vine.
Finally, the flower, post-pounding. It created a watercolor paint look, I just hope the blue and purple tones don’t turn brown as it dries.
Next week, will I have an 8 X 10″ piece finished? Check back to find out if I stuck to that goal, or distracted myself with something else!