Ferdinand’s Flowers – Original Watercolor 35″ x 22″

Unlike most southwest Sedona landscape paintings, this is an original watercolor named Ferdinand’s Flowers. Delight in this image of a Texas longhorn steer, with gentle flowers growing out of its skull, has a muted background. The name came from the magical story of Ferdinand the Bull. (1936)  by American author Munro Leaf.

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While I love painting with watercolors, my current love uses acrylics, heavy body, and liquid acrylics. Creating vivid, mystical landscape paintings is my current direction.

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Ferdinand's Flowers
Ferdinand’s Flowers – Original Watercolor 35″ x 22″
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