Thanks everyone – Pic 2 is winning but i would like a few more votes

Thanks everyone at the moment the tally for the favourite Ellis Rowan painting on the QM website is

7 votes for Pic 1: Harpullia alata with two Tailed Emperor Butterflies. Watercolour and gouache by Ellis Rowan, 1911.

22 votes for Pic 2: Giant Waterlily, Nymphaea pubescens, with a Giant Petaltail dragonfly, Petalura ingentissima. Watercolour and gouache by Ellis Rowan, 1911.

20 votes for Pic 3: Alpinia racemigera with Ulysses Butterflies, Papilio ulysses Linnaeus. Watercolour and gouache by Ellis Rowan, 1911.

I would really love some more votes for my study so if you havent voted or know someone that would also like to vote please send them to the blog.deborahgowerceramics | Just another WordPress.com site

or let them know: For my end of year exhibition (Adv Dip Tafe ceramics) I am having an exhibition based on the work of Ellis Rowan, an inspirational Australian artist.

I am making some pieces centring around orchids and native Australian plants. However, I would like to ask you to have an input into one piece. It is very easy.

Can you please go to the Queensland Museum link http://www.qm.qld.gov.au/Find+out+about/Behind+the+Scenes/Scientific+illustrations/Insect+illustrators/Ellis+Rowan

There are 3 Ellis Rowan paintings here.  Can you please email me or tell which painting is your favourite. Picture one, two or three.

You can tell me why you like it if you want. That would be great – But just a number one, two or three would suffice.

I will make a ceramic piece based on the one that is liked the most

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