17. Painting White Flowers - After the Workshop

Working hard with specimens in pots 

All were very happy with their beautiful paintings!
at Brushwood Center, Ryerson Woods

Everyone wondered how the white flowers would be painted without background.
 However, all paintings turned out truly beautiful! 

Students started drawing with specimens of their choices before the actual workshop. By doing this, they could have enough time to observe their subjects, and of course create better drawings. 
The key points were thin layers of pale shadow color and smart composition. We all agreed with "Less is More" in painting white flowers. 

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