Spend a little time exploring the Texas countryside between spring and summer, and you’re sure to see fields full of wildflowers. They adorn the roadsides, making leisurely drives through the country feel like you’re taking a drive through a painting. The wildflowers provide undeniable inspiration for painting.
Wildflower Watercolor Paintings
These paintings illustrate a few of my favorite wildflowers as they grow wild and free in the Texas meadow. Colorful indian blanket spread out on the horizon covering the ground in orange-red and yellow. Black-eyed Susan flowers look like a pool of sunshine when massed together, and big, wooly thistles dot the horizon with their hot pink tufts.