This bluebonnet detail shows the multi-layered color in this pastel landscape painting of Texas Hill Country springtime
A Lindy Cook Severns Original Landscape Painting of Texas Hill Country
Bluebonnets | Texas Springtime | Texas Wildflowers | Texas Hill Country Landscape Art | Nature | Blue and Green | Clouds
16" x 20" pastel on archival Pastelbord
custom, conservation framed under non-reflective museum glass
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Bluebonnets unabashedly carpet central Texas and Hill Country each spring. Driving back roads in search of these rolling splashes of true blue wildflowers delights Texans and tourists alike. You often see scarlet spikes of Indian Paintbrush scattered in a mass of bluebonnets. As a child, I believed Native Americans used both the blue and scarlet spikes of Texas wildflowers to paint with. Now, I joyfully use all those different colors of blue and red to share our Texas springtime.
I enjoyed seeing how many hues of blue I could use to suggest bluebonnets waving above this grassy Hill Country pasture, but I also concentrated on the sweeping Texas sky.
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