Drawing a Green Flower in an Empty Home

My wife purchased this green flower for a whopping 49 cents so I can’t let it go to waste. Currently our apartment is empty. All our belongings are packed into a truck and ready to be driven to Washington tomorrow. I’m sitting on our carpet and drawing this little green flower that I tacked to the wall.

I’m always amazed at the complexity of many everyday items like this small flower. An artist could spend a lifetime perfecting the drawing or painting of flowers.

Drawing a Green Flower in an Empty Home
Drawing a Green Flower in an Empty Home
Drawing a Green Flower in an Empty Home, setup

Session Details

  • Session: 1149
  • Work: 975
  • Width: 8"
  • Height: 8"
  • Medium: Ink
  • Location: Home
  • Art Time: 0.5
  • Creative Time:



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Christopher Beaven

Christopher Beaven

I am an Artist and a programmer currently living in the amazing state of Washington. I have a passion for art, but I'm stubborn as hell with it. My day is complete only when I do some piece of art each day, no matter how small. "There was a dream that was Rome. You could only whisper it. Anything more than a whisper and it would vanish, it was so fragile."

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2 Responses

  1. The bottom photo is a much better representation of the drawing. And maybe because you’ve been spending so much time on anatomy, I was sure it was anatomical, and couldn’t tell what part of the body that was. Oh well. Can’t win them all.
    Glad you didn’t waste the 49 cents I spent on you. Good grief, do you think I’m made of money?

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