Painting a Crocus in Oils

Floral Season!

For me the ‘floral season’ starts with the crocus.
Some are small, but there are those big white ones. I try to purchase those, but all I buy and plant just keeps to stay a small kind. So I’ll have to pick these from public gardens :)

Here I painted it in oils.

I wore my winter coat. Freezing outside. March light shifts fast, the sun was on the right side just short. And got this!

FL02-2020 Floral Painting ‘Crocus in Light – Cold Beginnings’
Roos Schuring, oils/panel, 20.3 x 25.4 cm | 8″ x 10″ (available)
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Palette and flowers outside.

I was already late in picking one crocus, one day I decided to go to a field where I had seen them, and -yes- all was already GONE. Not even bits to be found. Maybe the snails ate everything. There was 1 only 1 left. That one was painted in the previous post.

I was sad because these crocuses wither after 1 or 2 days in a ‘vase’. But found a full New field with loads of big white ones. This one here is from that field.



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