"White And Purple Iris" by Carol Thompson
"The striking contrast of this bold iris makes a wonderful addition to a border or English garden. As easy to look at as it is to grow, you will surely enjoy your 'white and purple iris'."
Artist comment: "On 140# hot pressed Arches watercolor paper, I sketched a trio of irises that I had grown in my Olympia, Washington garden. I started with a neutral colored abstract background and let it dry. Then I carefully rendered the leaves paying attention to light and shadows. Finally, I painted the flowers with realistic detail. As a finishing touch, I picked out the highlights with a sharp razor blade."
Original Watercolor Painting
"White And Purple Iris" is a
watercolor painting on 140# Arches watercolor Paper
Private Collection -- Olympia, Washington
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Archival Limited Edition Giclée Prints
||10" X 8" image size - $33
USD + S & H*
"White And Purple Iris" is a limited edition, giclée
print from an original watercolor painting by Carol Thompson. The edition
includes 3600 authorized, signed, limited edition prints (3500 numbered
and 100 artist proofs). Release date is October 2000. Image size and substrates
All prints are signed and numbered by the artist and include a certificate of authenticity. Paper prints are shrink wrapped on foam board.
Canvas prints are coated with a protective spray.
Color of images may vary slightly from the
actual artwork due to variations in monitors, so if color is a critical
factor, you can order a small sample to verify color accuracy.
*Please allow up to 2 weeks preparation time
for your artwork to be shipped. Transit time will vary depending
on your location.
Some print images may be artistically cropped or extended to accommodate the size and/or shape of the artwork.
Note: Prices do not include framing and/or matting.
WARNING: Copyrighted material.
All rights reserved. Artwork may not be duplicated in any way without the
expressed written consent of the artist. Any reproduction for any purpose
is a violation of United States copyright laws.
©2012 Carol Thompson