Black-eyed Susan

This small acrylic painting on canvas panel gives another look at a plant that is also known to many people as a brown-eyed susan! It grows in many states in the south and elsewhere. Many consider it as just another wildflower. As a cut flower it is long lasting and decorative. For further information about the painting, click here.

Yellow Jessamine Number 2

Here is another look at a cluster of flowers from the yellow jessamine plant. These plants are attractive and bloom in many states from December through March and again in the fall. They can be purchased in pots in various nurseries as they are very popular. In the south they are often seen climbing fences, mail boxes and pergolas.

This is a small acrylic painting on canvas panel. For further information about the painting, click here.

Purple Coneflower

This is a small painting on canvas panel of a plant used by native Americans to treat burns, insect bites, tooth aches, throat infections, pain, coughs, stomach cramps, snake bites and wounds. Because of its healing properties, it has been researched by pharmaceutical companies. For further information about the painting, click here.