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Watercolor Dahlia

by A Maz Designs
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About the work

Inspired by my photography of Dahlias, I have created a dahlia series complied of my photos and digital design art elements. Please enjoy. History of the Dahlia: The Dahlia has been in Europe for over two hundred years. It came from Mexico to the Botanical Gardens in Madrid towards the end of the eighteenth century Today, there are cultivars in the form of the waterlily, the paeony, the orchid, the chrysanthemum and the anemone, to say nothing of the main formations like the decorative (flat, broad petals), the cactus and semi-cactus types (rolled, pointed petals) and the ball forms (globular flowers) that have as their smallest relative the popular Pompon Dahlias that beguile so many gardeners. Today's hybridisers are still seeking the true blue dahlia, as well as one with a scent, and one that is frost hardy.

7" x 5"

10" x 8"

14" x 11"

20" x 16"

24" x 18"

40" x 30"

54" x 40"

60" x 44"

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Minted's Premium Art Prints are printed on museum-quality cotton rag archival paper with archival pigment ink. The result is a stunning, museum quality print with rich and vibrant colors. This paper and print method is used on all Premium Art Prints.

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Minted's Standard Art Prints are printed on an acid and lignin-free matte art paper with deluxe pigment ink. The result is a beautiful print with vibrant colors. This paper and print method is used on all Standard Art prints.

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For protection, each Art Print is shipped in an acid-free and lignin-free sleeve.

About the Artist

Maurene Rutkin has a great passion for photography. Being able to enjoy color,design and art via photography has enriched my experiences in life. I enjoy taking photos to create altered reality with them.

A Maz Designs
by A Maz Designs

Lake Alfred, FL, US

About the work

Inspired by my photography of Dahlias, I have created a dahlia series complied of my photos and digital design art elements. Please enjoy. History of the Dahlia: The Dahlia has been in Europe for over two hundred years. It came from Mexico to the Botanical Gardens in Madrid towards the end of the eighteenth century Today, there are cultivars in the form of the waterlily, the paeony, the orchid, the chrysanthemum and the anemone, to say nothing of the main formations like the decorative (flat, broad petals), the cactus and semi-cactus types (rolled, pointed petals) and the ball forms (globular flowers) that have as their smallest relative the popular Pompon Dahlias that beguile so many gardeners. Today's hybridisers are still seeking the true blue dahlia, as well as one with a scent, and one that is frost hardy.

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