A bunch of beautiful blue Delphiniums. These tall summer flowers bring bright pillars of colour and food for busy bees. They are a blue meadow flower that has been cultivated to bring a bouquet of shades to our gardens. Named after dolphins, their flowers are thought to look like them leaping off into the garden.
The Delphiniums are carefully drawn in pen and ink. I've added the colour and text digitally to create a charming illustration of this fabulous little plant.
This listing is for a signed A5 giclee Delphinium print on lovely archival paper. It is unmounted, and comes safely wrapped in biodegradable cellophane ready for you to find the perfect frame.
This is the a bonus flower print in a series of artworks for the Flower Power Fund, fundraising for Marie Curie. 40% of the sale price of each print will be donated to Marie Curie (registered charity number 207994 England & Wales, SC038731 in Scotland).
12 beautiful hand-dyed Flower Power knitting yarns are also being released for the Fund, one a month over the course of 2018, with some extra bonus yarns thrown in. Each yarn is inspired by a different flower and I am going to draw each of them to create more lovely prints. You can find out more about the Flower Power Fund on Facebook here: www.facebook.com/FlowerPowerFund and Instagram here: www.instagram.com/flowerpowerfund
I'll be sharing news about the next flowers in the series on my Instagram here: www.instagram.com/samdrawsthings
Sales of artwork do not transfer copyrights.
All artwork and text © Sam Goodlet, Sam Draws Things 2018
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