We invited the iCreateDaily community to contribute their purple flower drawings, and to include any accompanying description.
You’re welcome to submit yours for inclusion here as well, and we’ll be glad to link to your website or social account to help send some fan traffic your way!
What is a Drawing?
In the broadest sense a drawing is the forming of anything visual on any surface using any medium, including digital ink on a digital surface, paint, charcoal, ink, crayons, markers, etc.
So, pretty much any medium you choose to submit for your purple flower drawings will work.
Purple Flower Drawing Submissions
For those who submitted—or wish to submit—purple flower drawings, please include a caption, description, poem or any other accompanying text.
Submissions can also be paint, watercolor, ink, pastels, etc.,
Purple Flower Drawing Descriptions
These could Include any one or more relevant features, such as:
- Kind of flower, or if abstract creation
- How you created it / what medium and/or technique
- What inspired you to create this
- Thought or reverie while creating it
- How poem, synopsis or short story about the flower or the inspiration for it
- What—if anything else—you plan to do with this piece of art
- Your artist background and interest
- Your website or social page (business) or profile (personal) so that we can link to you
Please sign and/or watermark your art. If you have a website or preferred social address, you can add that name watermark to the bottom of your piece.
For inspiration from photos, you may enjoy this purple flower article on our gardening website.
Purple Flower Drawings
We’ve kicked off this post by sharing some wonderful purple flower art from Pixabay artists. However most do not have any extended descriptions of supportive story, which we recommend you add to yours as it helps the viewer connect with you and your art.
Abstract Purple Flower Background
Abstract Purple Flower Background
Abstract Purple Flower in Watercolor
Acrylic Purple Pansy
I’m working with acrylic paints and doing it in stages because as I paint it other ideas keep coming to me and I’m not sure exactly how I want to finish this painting. I’ve been trying different techniques and this one is a little different as I’m painting it on 4 small flat canvases and when I’m done they can be separated or kept together. I’m sort of letting the painting tell me what direction I should go with it.
~Misty Foster, artist
Purple Columbine Flower
This is a columbine, drawn in Sharpie on 98 lb paper. I was inspired to draw this while looking thru the seed catalog. I find the shape of columbines frilly and delicate.
~Susanna Holman, artist, crafter
Crocus Flowers – Purple
Cute Purple Flowers in a Pot
Fractal Purple Flowers
Fractal Flower 1
Fractal Flower 2
Irises in oils on canvas #iartdaily
Purple, Pink and Blue Flowers
People and Purple Flowers
Woman Appreciating Purple Spring Flowers
The artist, Ractapopulous is one of our favorite artists on Pixabay and we’ve used his work for some of our journals and a lot of our content.
Purple Tulip Watercolor
Simple Purple Flower Drawing
Purple Flowers in Tall Vase Drawing
Crocus Flower – Photograph and Poem
Rosalie Sanara Petrouske – Details about Photograph
- The flower is a crocus I found on my spring walk in the woods near my house.
- The medium is a photograph slightly altered to give it a holga effect.
I have been walking in nature during this [Covid-19] crisis; it helps me to see everything blooming normally like any other spring. Nature is always present and stays the same, it’s comforting. During this time, I’ve also been doing a 100-day project, posting 100 photos I take along with a gratitude day post on my Facebook page.
Sometimes I submit my work for publication if I see a place that appeals to me.
A poet, essayist, photographer, fiction writer, and teacher, I teach writing at a local community college. I also facilitate a writer’s group that has been around for fifteen years. This is a link to my author Facebook page and also one to my writing group website.
AWAKENING~Rosalie Sanara Petrouske, poet, writer, teacher
River, color of moss
brings the mallard
in a smooth glide.
Winter, so long to linger,
first purple crocus—
a brave soul,
who pushes her head
from beneath the earth
to this fiercely cold morning.
Purple Flower Poem
PURPLE FLOWERS~Shannon DeAnna Schofield, poet, author
Watching for the leaves, slightly curled
Feeling all of my love unfurl
As the purple flowers come to life
There is no angst nor any strife.
They want to see me as I do them
Awaiting each tiny, new stem.
Echinacea is a beauty you see
Also brings healing for me.
Lavender with its calming way
Will help me get through this day.
Verbena is buzzing with all the bees
An awe-inspiring sight to see.
Each year I await them
and hope each day
Bring hope for tomorrow
to brighten my day.
These purple flowers
are amazing to see
Stretching their petals
for you and me.
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