Thursday, March 25, 2010

Flower Folk - Tulip

Tulip
6x8 inches
Coloured pencils on drafting film
Tulip has a sunny disposition, but prefers to avoid hot weather, enjoying the cooler weather of late winter and early spring. She is extremely sociable, and relishes the opportunity for group gatherings, as she feels a bit lost on her own.

8 comments:

Dors said...

Beautiful Karen and just love your caption. Brought a big smile to my face.

Great job. Looks like you are having so much fun .

Miniature Art by Karen Hull said...

I'm so glad Dors - sounds like you had a bad morning and needed a big smile. I tried to open your entry about the message on your website, but it wouldn't open. Some people have nothing better to do than spread negativity. Your artwork is amazing and gorgeous, so whatever they said, keep your chin up!!!!

Barbara A. Freeman said...

This is such a sweet piece, Karen! We have tulips fields near here. Every year in April there is a tulip festival. I'll have to look very carefully when I check them out to see if there is a little something hiding inside them!

Miniature Art by Karen Hull said...

Now you've put a huge smile on my face Barbara - thank you. You must live in a lovely cool area - it is way too hot where we are to grow tulips, although you do see some up the mountains.

AutumnLeaves said...

Well, she is indeed a shy beauty. But Thistle still has my heart!

Miniature Art by Karen Hull said...

Thank you Sherry LOL - betweem commissions I would like to make a whole cluster of little flower folk and each one will hopefully appeal to different people.

Dors said...

Thank you Karen. Yes it was lovely to smile at your work and enjoy. I deleted that posting. People like him (Paul Brickley) I thought he is not even worth waisting a post on.
Sometimes it's better to just ignore.

Oh this Tulip is a beauty as is the others.
WOW you have been so busy They are all so adorable.

Miniature Art by Karen Hull said...

Thank you Dors for your lovely comments - these little flower folk are a wonderful diversion for me. I don't know the gentleman (?) you mention, but I have come across negativity like that before, and find it is best ignored!!!