16 - Yellow Lady’s Slipper Orchids 1995 (6x8 in. oil on canvas board, framed)
We thought these were a dwarf variety of Yellow Lady’s Slipper, but no, they’re just smaller in size because of their dry habitat, in a ditch along Bolton Rd, north of Bishops Mills, Ontario. The “slipper” part of each flower is smaller than the end of my thumb. This is the second painting of two I’ve ever done by palette knife.