Bright and Bold Flowers Painting

Bright and Bold Flowers Painting

by Donna Dewberry
as seen on Donna Dewberry Show, The

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Episode# 201

Supplies*
Folk Art® HD™ Colors
Berry Wine 4504
Clear Medium 4537
Burnt Carmine 4540
Burnt Sienna 4543
Burnt Umber 4511
Engine Red 4506
Fresh Foliage 4518
Lavender 4533
Licorice 4535
Magenta 4505
Night Sky 4530
Red Violet 4531
School Bus Yellow 4516
Sunflower 4514
Thicket 4520
Ultramarine Blue 4526
Wicker White 4500
Yellow Citron 4517
Yellow Light 4515
Yellow Ochre 4513
Baby Pink 4502
Light Periwinkle 4527

FolkArt® HD™ Brushes & Tools
Visual Texture Brush Set 4327
Visual Texture Brush Set 4328
Texture & Background
Tool Set 5010
Artist Palette & Disposable Paper Set 5031

Additional Supplies*
Nine 8" square gallery-wrapped canvases

Fabric Supplies*
Folk Art® Fabric™ Colors
Wicker White 4400
Orchid 4401
Magenta 4403
Berry Wine 4404
Engine Red 4405
Burnt Carmine 4406
Fawn 4410
Asphaltum 4411
Yellow Ochre 4412
Yellow Light 4414
Yellow Citron 4415
Fresh Foliage 4416
Thicket 4419
Brilliant Blue 4421
Azure Blue 4422
Light Periwinkle 4423
Red Violet 4424
Lavender 4425
Licorice 4426

FolkArt® HD™ Brushes & Tools
Fabric Brush Set 4325
Fabric Brush Set 1419

*These supplies are used by the artist to create this project. The supplies listed are not chosen or endorsed by Create TV.

Preparation:
Using painters tape, divide the vase into equal sections to create squares for the flowers.

Flower #1 Aster
4001 Wicker White
4029 Violet Pansy
4017 Lemon Custard
4150 Basic Brush Set
Double load the ¾" flat brush with Wicker White and Violet Pansy. Using the chisel edge of the brush and leading with Violet Pansy, pull the first layer of petals. Start with a petal at 12 o’clock, 6 o’clock, 3 o’clock, and 9 o’clock, then pull more petals in between. Be sure to pull all petals into the center.
Using the same brush, colors, and technique, lead with Wicker White and pull the second layer of petals.
Load the #12 flat brush with Violet Pansy and pull short center petals.
Dip flat end of the script liner into the Lemon Custard to paint center.

Flower #2 Rose
4001 Wicker White
4038 Magenta
4019 Fresh Foliage
4150 Basic Brush Set
Double load the ¾” flat brush with Wicker White and Magenta. Use the flat side of the brush and keep the Wicker White to the outer edge to paint the rose.
Paint the first skirt in a large ring, keeping an open hole in center.
Paint the second skirt by overlapping the first layer. Paint petals closer to make the hole smaller. Repeat with a third skirt.
Paint the bud and comma strokes.
Load the #12 flat brush and paint leaves.

Flower #3 Day Lily
4006 Engine Red
4017 Lemon Custard
4019 Fresh Foliage
4022 Thicket
4150 Basic Brush Set
Double load the #12 flat brush with Thicket and Fresh Foliage. Paint stems and leaves.
Double load the #12 flat brush with Engine Red and Lemon Custard. Using the flat side of the brush and keeping the Engine Red to the outer edge, paint the back petals. Next, paint the front petals slightly shorter. Pull stamens out from the centers using the script liner and Fresh Foliage.

Flower #4 Sunflower
4017 Lemon Custard
4062 Maple Syrup
4032 Licorice
4016 School Bus Yellow
4150 Basic Brush Set
Mini Scruffy
Double load the mini scruffy with Maple Syrup and Licorice. Use a pouncing motion and keep the Licorice side of the brush down to pounce the center. Start at the 3 o’clock position and move in a counter clockwise direction. Do not turn the brush.
Load the #12 flat brush with Lemon Custard and School Bus Yel­low. Using the chisel edge of the brush, lead with Lemon Custard and pull petals from the edge of the center outward. Re-pounce the center after all petals are pulled.

Flower #5 Hibiscus
4001 Wicker White
4017 Lemon Custard
4038 Magenta
4019 Fresh Foliage
4150 Basic Brush Set
Double load the ¾" flat brush with Lemon Custard and Magenta; add a touch of Wicker White to the Lemon Custard side to brighten the color. Using the flat side of the brush and keeping the Lemon Custard and Wicker White to the outer edge, paint the petals.
Load the #12 brush with Magenta. Use the chisel edge of the brush and pull detail strokes out from the center.
Use script liner with Fresh Foliage to pull the stamen out from the center of the flower. Put small tips at the end. Dot the tips with Lemon Custard and Wicker White. Add small curved lines to the bottom of the stamen with Fresh Foliage.

Flower #6 Daisy
4001 Wicker White
4019 Fresh Foliage
4038 Magenta
#12 flat brush
Double load the #12 flat brush with Magenta and a touch of Wicker White. Use the chisel edge of the brush and lead with Wicker White, pull the first layer of petals into the center. Start with a petal at 12 o’clock, 6 o’clock, 3 o’clock, and 9 o’clock then pull more petals in between, pulling all petals into the center.
Using the same brush and colors use the chisel edge and lead with Magenta to add a shorter second layer of petals on top of the first.
Using the same brush and colors, use the chisel edge and lead with Wicker White and add a third layer of petals.
Dip the end of the handle of the brush into Fresh Foliage. Dot the center then move the handle in a small circle, making the center larger.
Use Wicker White to dot around the outer edge of the Fresh Foli­age circle.

Flower #7 Tiger Lily
4038 Magenta
4017 Lemon Custard
4019 Fresh Foliage
4022 Thicket
4150 Basic Brush Set
Double load the #12 flat brush with Fresh Foliage and Thicket. Using the flat side of the brush, keep Thicket to the outer edge, paint the leaves.
Double load the #12 flat brush with Magenta and Lemon Custard. Use the flat side of the brush and keep the Lemon Custard to the outside edge to paint the petals.
Use the script liner with Magenta to add spots to flowers.
Use the script liner with Fresh Foliage to paint stamens with Lemon Custard tops.

Flower #8 cone Flower
4001 Wicker White
4015 Yellow Ochre
4017 Lemon Custard
4019 Fresh Foliage
4025 Cobalt
4150 Basic Brush Set
¾” Scruffy
Double load the ¾" flat brush with Cobalt and Wicker White. Us­ing the chisel edge of the brush and leading with Wicker White, pull petals up to the center of the flower. Curve the side petals inward and occasionally flip the brush to lead with Cobalt.
Using the same brush and colors, paint a second layer of petals slightly shorter than the first layer.
Load the scruffy with Yellow Ochre; pounce the lower edge of the center.
Load the scruffy with Lemon Custard; pounce the cone center.
Dot the bottom edge of the center with Fresh Foliage.

Flower #9 White Mum
4001 Wicker White
4017 Lemon Custard
4019 Fresh Foliage
4150 Basic Brush Set
Load the ¾” flat brush with Wicker White and Fresh Foliage. Using the chisel edge of the brush and leading with Fresh Foliage, pull petals into center.
Load the ¾" flat brush with Lemon Custard and pounce on the corner to form center.
Load the script liner with Fresh Foliage; pull stamens into center.
Load the script liner with Wicker White; pull longer stamens into the center.