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I spent many years disliking the big round pink blooms of the Hydrangea and then one day after admiring a shrub that was simply dripping in flower, I decided that it was a spectacularly beautiful and ‘lovely to paint’ plant. It has certainly grown in popularity maybe due to the access and variety of the plant in recent years. I love the shape of the petals, the veining, the spotting of colour as it matures and the stems! I hope you will love painting it too. I have added it to a large sheet of studies, my challenge is how to make this collection into a design, watch this space. Happy pink painting. Billy x

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  • January 4 2015

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    This project is one of my favourite flowers and I really hope you will enjoy it. I have tried to keep the process as simple as possible so that you…

  • June 9 2014

    Hellebore Petals - Preview

    In this project Billy shows you how to paint Hellebore petals taking you through the first basic steps for beginners and then onto adding veining and texture for intermediate and…

  • May 9 2016

    Hellebore Leaf - Preview

    Here is an intense Hellebore leaf study, deep colour washes, lifting veins and dry brushing, I love the drama of this leaf and hope you do too. Add it to…

  • March 25 2019

    Blue Hyacinth Bud - Preview

    This project is intense but not too difficult and if you have the reference enlarged you will be able to see the detail and enjoy the very subtle changes in…

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