My daughter painted these gorgeous miltonia orchids during a recent late night mother-daughter painting session. I love the bits of white she left on the edges of the petals and the one bright white flower to the left of the center of the painting she chose as her focal point. And of course I love the bright, highly saturated colors.
This painting was based on a tutorial in Ann Mortimer’s newly released book, “Orchids in Watercolor.”
12 thoughts on “Miltonia Orchids in Watercolor”
Lovely! The color is so vibrant. Happy Easter to you, your daughter and your family, Jill.
Thank you, Francesca. Happy Easter to you, too.
Thanks, Pat. I’m hoping my daughter will let me frame this painting and hang it in my room.
Beautiful work! Love the vibrant colors❤
Thank you, Violet.
Just gorgeous, I adore the colours. You have a very talented daughter 🙂
I think to, too. This painting was a departure from her usual style–the colors were much more vibrant than she normally uses.
So vibrantly beautiful!
I think so, too, Elena. I just love this painting.
Lovely beautiful colours and piece 🙂