Award-winning botanical illustrator Siriol Sherlock shares her skills and secrets for creating luminous, realistic portraits of flowers and plants. Her techniques are simple, yet they yield remarkably impressive results. A stunning array of illustrations, of both finished works and key stages of the painting, appears throughout, illuminating the instructions. All the various materials are covered, as well as traditional and experimental techniques. Examine the details that go into depicting foliage and fruit, flowers in context, single stems, multistem arrangements, and even the leaves, stems, and branches so important to giving a plant character. The flowers bursting forth in beauty on the page range from bright and tropical blossoms to red roses and a brilliant poppy.
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Siriol Sherlock's paintings have been widely exhibited and she has taught throughout the UK since 1986. She is a former President of the Society of Flower Painters and a member of the Society of Botanical Artists, with whom she regularly exhibits. Her work has appeared in a solo show at Kew Gardens Gallery, London, and she has been awarded four gold medals by the Royal Horticultural Society. She is a member of the RHS Picture Committee, which judges botanical art at RHS shows. Siriol Sherlock is the author of Exploring Flowers in Watercolour. She lives in Romsey, Hampshire.
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Book Description Batsford, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P11071348862X
Book Description Batsford, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX071348862X
Book Description Batsford, 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-040-X2-4797704