Streptocarpus

Still on lesson #4 of the Sketching and Watercolor, Journal Style class with Jane LaFazio, I borrowed another plant from my friend Bev.  Streptocarpus, which means “twisted fruit”, is a native of Africa and Madagascar (hmmm… seems I misspelled Madagascar on my page.  So much for proof reading.).  You can read more about it here.

Update:  Oh, the wonders of photoshop.  Madagascar is spelled correctly here now.  Sure wish it were correct on the original.

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1 Response to “Streptocarpus”


  1. 1 Cheryl November 10, 2010 at 9:19 am

    This is gorgeous! The flowers and leaves are so real, and I like the way you wrote your words for part of your border.


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