Ann Blockley is a popular watercolour painter with a very individual style. In this film she shows us the many opportunities for flower painting all year round, and her techniques for capturing them in watercolour.
Primroses and irises in the spring are followed by the rich profusion of wild and garden flowers in the summer. The flamboyant colours of autumn leaves and bernes then lead to the graphic shapes of dried seed heads and the first snowdrops of winter.
This film is both a practical guide and an inspiriation for all flower painters.
90 min. run time, APV Films, DVD in NTSC format for North America