An oil painting on canvas of daisies
Daisy

Oil on slim linen canvas
40 x 50 cms
Unframed and available.
Inspiration: An oil painting of wild daisies, growing alongside the pavement less than a mile from my home. They have self-seeded and continue along the base of the front garden walls for some distance.
On the day I saw them, some of the daisies were in full sunshine, while others were in the cool of the shade. Each individual flower seems to have its own character - something which became more marked as I was painting and slowly realised that this fairly modest-sized painting contained over 150 of these flowerheads!
I just love these wild daisies, to me they are every bit as beautiful as something deliberately cultivated.

Dorset Artist - inspired by nature and the beautiful wildflowers & coast of my home county
Oil & acrylic impasto paintings.
Floral & coastal designs for fabrics & cards
All images © Andrea Hook

Winner of the New Forest Open Art 2015
Selected for Artists & Illustrators Magazine's Artist of the Year, Mall Galleries Exhibition 2017
Selected for 'The Artist' category of The Artist and Leisure Painter Magazines' Open Art Competition 2020
An oil painting on canvas of daisies

Oil on slim linen canvas
40 x 50 cms
Unframed and available.
Inspiration: An oil painting of wild daisies, growing alongside the pavement less than a mile from my home. They have self-seeded and continue along the base of the front garden walls for some distance.
On the day I saw them, some of the daisies were in full sunshine, while others were in the cool of the shade. Each individual flower seems to have its own character - something which became more marked as I was painting and slowly realised that this fairly modest-sized painting contained over 150 of these flowerheads!
I just love these wild daisies, to me they are every bit as beautiful as something deliberately cultivated.