Title: Flowers of Maryland


Acrylic on fabric

A 10" x 12" Acrylic on Aida cloth... yes, it's an open-weave fabric commonly used for embroidery... sounds weird though but relax... it's just a painting.  I've done acrylic portrait on a mat made of palm (banig) that turned out pretty well. 

I'm going to use it as a design cover for my new project "hand crafted journal" soon on Etsy! and the original artwork,  I would probably just hang it on the wall,  that is on our living room.  

So, I wish I could hurry up and finish it soon=)

Have a nice weekend!!! 


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14 comments:
  1. Roberta says:

    Very Pretty Flory...you could add some stitches to it to give it added texture if you like to embroider at all...I've just started it after years of doing counted cross stitch...find it very relaxing. Hope you have a great weekend as well, fondly, Roberta

  1. The Muse says:

    may your weekend be as bright and delightful as your art! :)

  1. Tuesday says:

    Well done Flor! Think etsy is really the one for you, you're made for each other :D Again, I wish you all the best in your new venture!

  1. Flory says:

    @Roberta-- that's a great idea, I'll buy that one!thanks=)

    @The Muse, Catalin and Rebecca... thanks for stopping by.

    @Dae--thanks as always for encouraging me... sana mag click din sa Etsy =b!

  1. This is so beautiful. I love the colors and the size of the flower. Cheers, Lia

  1. I had to chuckle at, "relax - - - it's just a painting." Easy for you to say - - - obviously you CAN paint. Trying to do that would tie me all up in knots for I have not the skill!

  1. Oh, I think this is wonderful! the colors are great and t just looks so happy! You are one talented lady!

    When I first saw your painting, it reminded me of my husbands tool area. I know...HUH? He put peg board up and then painted a sunset scene of a large city skyline. It is all in deep blues and purples.

  1. Hi Flory...

    Ohhh...this is a beautiful painting! My friend, you are a very talented artist...I love it! Of course, who wouldn't love the beautiful, sunny yellow flowers and that vibrant blue background just really sets the flowers off!!! Yes, this would make a lovely piece of wall art for your living room! Hmmm...I am curious about your handcrafted journals...this would really be a beautiful design for a cover! I can hardly wait to see what your journals!

    Thank you so much for sharing this lovely handcrafted art today for Sunday Favorites...it really is beautiful!!!

    Have a super Sunday, my friend!
    Chari @Happy To Design

  1. wow, that is really pretty! I love the bright colors. The yellow and the shades of blue, really set it off. :) I love blue.
    thanks for visiting my blog and commenting about my Uncle Roscoe's garden chair.
    have a great week.
    gail

  1. This is delightful flory!~ I love the cheerful ness of sunflowers and also I especially enjoy seeing the fabulous artwork, the techniques, etc., of my fellow artists!~ I can hardly wait to see the finished piece!..,

    Do pop by for a visit my dear; this is my second week participating with Chari's, 'Sunday Favorites' meme and I love meeting my fellow particiapnts each week!..,

    Cheers and hugs from Wanda Lee @ The Plumed Pen

  1. Debbie says:

    I love that! Great color and texture! Happy Monday to you:)

  1. Lovely, just in time for Spring.

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