A very short blog!

This blog is my husband’s fault; He thought that today warranted one.

It has been a bit of a tough day with many different things to sort out including preparation for my botanical art workshop: Composition and Perspective, starting tomorrow.

But in the middle of the day the post arrived with a letter that gave me a huge lift. It said that my third picture in three years, has been accepted into the Chelsea Physic Garden Florilegium collection. This means that I am now a Fellow!

Of course I am really pleased too as it shows the effort has paid off – in addition to the added enjoyment I get from botanical art. But, the CPGFS are a lovely group of people who are never afraid to share their knowledge about botanical art. I have learnt a lot since becoming a member and of course it is situated in an especially beautiful garden which is well worth a visit at any time of the year.

My third piece – Armeria maritima – Pink Sea Thrift.

12 thoughts on “A very short blog!

  1. Many congratulations that is amazing. Just about to go to SA for 5 weeks hopefully get to see you on return

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  2. Congratulations I think this calls for tea and cake at ours or something stronger at the end of a workshop day ?! Let us know when you are freeish Love Meredith

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    1. Thank you Tina. This time it was watercolour on paper. I have also done the same plant with watercolour on vellum, so I might as well complete the rounds and have a go with coloured pencil. Good thought. Thank you.

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