How Begonia Got Her Spots

12.00"W x 12.00"H x 1.0"D

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Medium: Painting

Subject Tags: permanent marker, acrylics, nature, fawn, floral flower begonia, plants

Media: acrylic on canvas

Size: 12"W x 12"H x 1"D

Year Created: 2016

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Begonia plants have been in my house since I was little. When my parents divorced my Dad got the plants. He watered them a few times a year and somehow the begonias thrived! Every time I visit Dad I take clippings of the plant. The leaves have silver spots of super natural origin. I like to imagine the many different ways the begonia gets her otherworldly spots and what might also get spotted in the process.

Elizabeth McClellan: Artist, Teacher, Illustrator, Dog Lover Elizabeth’s Paintings, portraits and murals adorn private homes, coffee shops and boardrooms across the U.S. Her distinctive style of Visual Notes is used in conferences and workshops held by Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley , The City of San Jose, Telecare Corporation and the Agile Alliance. Elizabeth illustrated, ‘Stop This Birthday’ published by Chronicle Books in 2005 and she sits on a small stack of unpublished illustrations: Folk tales, myths and stories of everyday magic. Elizabeth is in love with English Bulldogs and contributes regularly to Georgia English Bulldog Rescue. A great source of joy is a career of teaching art to Pre-School, Elementary and Middle School Students.

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