Our Saviour’s is having an art display of winter art pieces in July. We can all be reminded what it was like this past winter. I’ve taken some of my photos and changed their colors to create a Rainbow of Snow.
This rainbow image was created from images from the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, Il, the Duke Gardens in Durham, NC, Great Bear Mountain, NY, and the skies over New York.
This flower started out as a photograph I took, as do all my images. I watercolored the flower, added brush images for the lower half of the image, added a different background for interest and a little sunburst for additional color. Hope you enjoy it as much as I’ve enjoyed creating it.
In the early morning, I was photographing at the Morton Arboretum in Lisle, IL. The luminescence of this flower intrigued me. I digitally altered the petals only enough to represent the way it actually looked that morning.
One of my recent images: This is created from my original photographs of hydrangeas that were taken at the Chicago Botanical Gardens.