Watercolor Flower Prints
Alaska is known for its extraordinary mountain peaks, glaciers and clear lakes, but this beautiful landscape also possesses bright flashes of color and explosions of life that many do not know about until they see for themselves. Alaska’s many stunning wildflowers come to life every spring and fill the countryside with kaleidoscopic colors. Dot Bardarson paints these beautiful flowers in creative ways bringing their colors into your home.
Though Alaskan winters are stunning and serene, spring and summer carries its own magic. You’ll see new shades of blue and purple fill the fields from wild irises and lupine, and light up the hills with fuschia Fireweed. Many other flowers flourish in this landscape, adding their own rich tones and shades to the green fields, forests and towering mountains.
See the colors and soft shapes align on each painting, bringing the flowers to life. Order yours online today and if you have any questions, Dot is always happy speak with her customers on the phone or via email, depending on which is more convenient for you.
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Three Seasons of Rose Hips
Alaska Wild Iris
Brilliant Fireweed line Alaska highways, while splashing color across its mountain trails.
Painting was selected for the Alaska Watercolor Juried Exhibition
Lavendar fields of Lupine decorate Alaska’s highways.
“Seeding Beauty” was selected to travel with the All Alaska Juried Show at the Anchorage Museum.
Wild and Free
Every Spring I watch for the wild iris’s and dig up a few to take home.
Stars emerging from slender stalks are the water-loving Columbine.
Nature’s paintbrush sets fields ablaze with wild abandon.