Category: Nature Traditional Art
Posted: April 12, 2020

Morning sun of a red hibiscus

Sun kissed Red Hibiscus

by Brendaartwork18 Interested in this? Contact The Artist

The Color Red - Art Contest Entry 
I have hit a time where I have lost my inclination to make art. The force I felt to create is there no more. Many of my recent posts are from the past creations so yesterday I forced myself to do something. This is taken from the hibiscus bush opposite my kitchen in a neighbours garden. The sun was striking from behind and whereas the flower and its companions are a strong red, this one was highlighted. I particularly was intrigued by its centre with the tiny yellow pollen dots then the large very deep red pom poms. I noticed even the yellow flowers on the next bush were the same so I asked Mr Google... The hibiscus has both male and female parts on the same flower. ... The anthers, which release the pollen, sits on the filament and these two organs make up the stamen, the male part of the flower. Together, these organs make up the male part of the flower known as the stamen. The hibiscus has hundreds of stamens.
Post Type: Traditional Art
Mixed Media: Minor | A5 watercolours

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