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Old 11-13-2019, 12:24 PM
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Daisy type flower

Pastels and pastel pencils on white charcoal paper - 11" x 8"


Saw a photo of a beautiful Daisy type flower and thought a painting of it would make a nice addition to my Greetins card collection. Does anyone know the mane of this type flower?


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Re: Daisy type flower

Gerbera Daisy comes to mind, Herm. You have captured a likeness quite nicely!
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Re: Daisy type flower

Love this Herm! Looks like a gerbera daisy variety to me.
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Old 11-14-2019, 04:57 PM
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Re: Daisy type flower

Thanks Karen and Kay. I'll change the painting name to Gerbera Daisy.
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Re: Daisy type flower

It is very lovely. I agree with the gerbera identification.
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Re: Daisy type flower

Very nice, soft transitions in the petals.
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Re: Daisy type flower

Love the drama of this daisy against the black - it demands attention!
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