Drawings Flowers With A Brush pen

garden rose ink drawing
Garden rose ink drawing

Hi there, how are you?

This week I have been drawing drawing flowers with my brush pen again.

Some from the garden and some from my limited travels.

The drawing above is of the lovely red rose that grows in the garden.

I think it’s the third time it has flowered this year. It never fails to cheer me up, the other half barely notices anything flower related and even he mentioned how beautiful it is.

This second rose was growing in a local park, it was white with deep pink edges. I snapped a photo and drew it later, at home.

ink drawing of a rose
Ink drawing of a rose

On a shopping trip I spotted an orange lily in a pot outside the door, I bought it of course, I couldn’t resist hehehe.

The flowers are so pretty and to date they haven’t suffered much slug damage (always a good sign). I’ve planted it into a bigger pot and hopefully, if it lasts the winter we will have more lovely lilies next year.


I noticed the local botanical garden is open to visitors now and I took myself off for a day out.

Most of the flowers are finished now, there are still some things like hydrangeas and autumn crocus but at this time of year it’s nice to see the seed heads.

The sea holly is so beautiful and is usually a rich blue bit right now they are fading greens and golden browns.

I took a few photos to draw at home. I find their shapes fascinating.

spiky sea holly
Spiky sea holly

I think I would like to try painting some of these flowers these and play around with the colours

Thanks so much for taking the time to stop by. Till next time, have fun x


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