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Daisy Art Print featuring the drawing Ox-Eye Daisy 1 by Katrina Gunn


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8.00" x 6.00"


10.00" x 8.00"


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Ox-Eye Daisy 1 Art Print

Katrina Gunn

by Katrina Gunn


Product Details

Ox-Eye Daisy 1 art print by Katrina Gunn.   Our art prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

Design Details

A first sketch of an ox-eye daisy flower, done on paper with charcoal and pastel pencil. I wanted to get a feel for the basic shapes and main... more

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Ox-Eye Daisy 1 Drawing by Katrina Gunn


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Art Print Tags

art prints daisy aster flower spring floral ox-eye daisy

Drawing Tags

drawings daisy aster flower spring floral ox-eye daisy

Comments (3)

Maria Faria Rodrigues

Maria Faria Rodrigues

Congratulations, on your amazing floral image, Featured, in BIRTH MONTH FLOWERS, homepage group, of Fine Art America, for the month, of October!

Katrina Gunn replied:

Thank you, Maria!

Alena Vishina

Alena Vishina

That is a really interesting technique... How did you make this kind of texture, is it some special kind of paper? So nice!

Katrina Gunn replied:

Thank you - I used Canson Mi-Tientes paper, which does have an interesting texture.

Fiona Kennard

Fiona Kennard

Beautifully done

Katrina Gunn replied:

Thank you!

Artist's Description

A first sketch of an ox-eye daisy flower, done on paper with charcoal and pastel pencil. I wanted to get a feel for the basic shapes and main shadows, and will be doing it again with an eye for more detail.

About Katrina Gunn

Katrina Gunn

I often joke that I learned to draw and paint because it is easier and quicker for me than getting a good photograph. I do still make the attempt to use my camera more effectively from time to time, but I have more natural aptitude to using a pencil or paint. Often what few photographs I am satisfied with become reference for my artwork. I work with charcoal, soft pastels, oil pastels, watercolor, acrylic, and am learning oil painting. I tend towards more realistic, although I have dabbled in impressionism when the fancy strikes. I live at the dead end of a dirt road in rural Florida with my husband and a yardful of critters, while the local deer and wild turkeys eat my annual efforts at gardening.



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