Tiger Lily

Tonight we made a Tiger Lily using oil pastels and a special brush cleaner solvent that painters often use. We used the solvent to soften the tone on the petals and to blend the colors gently. This is my first floral scape and I’m pleased with the results. Feedback is always appreciated. Color is everything – especially with flowers!Tiger Lily


About Nick Ely-Myers

I am an artist who draws from his heart and soul.
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9 Responses to Tiger Lily

  1. Pam Ely says:

    Totally cool Nick – proud of you!

  2. Steve & Casey says:


  3. Sandy says:

    Simply stunning. Or as you great-grandfather would say, “Marvelous, simply marvelous”

  4. Grandma and Grandpa says:

    That is just awesome. You are a very talented young man. The lily looks so real, like one from my garden.

  5. Kim Myers says:

    That looks awesome Nick! So proud!!!

  6. Morgan Cramer says:

    Looks amazing Nick i’m blown away on how realistic you made this beautiful piece of art.

  7. Grace King says:

    so cool Nick!!! It’s truly beautiful!!!! My favorite!!!

  8. That is a great image. Thanks for sharing it with us!

  9. anna says:

    WOW, Nick amazing

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