Team EBSQ-Etsy Featured Friday Showcase: Flowers

This week the talented group of Team EBSQ-Etsy present this months showcae, Flowers. We are so sick of Winter – bring on Spring!

Parrot Tulips - Giclee print on Canvas of OIL PAINTING 15x20 Original Modern Contemporary Pop Art Botanical Water Lily Waterlily Pink Painting by Kris Jean EBSQFancy Flowers - Fine Art Print - 10X8Spring is Here Flowers Art Garden ATC SFA Acrylic COA 5x7 EBSQ TEAMRemembrances, by Carolyn, EBSQ

Water Lily on a Cloudy Day, by Carolyn, EBSQ 11x14Poppy party, bright, vibrant California poppies original painting by Heide Hibbard ReedA Flower - PrintBougainvillea Purple Magenta Flower Original Painting Art by Kris Jean KJ EBSQBucket O' Roses Abstract Art Print Matted Acid Free 11x14

Blue Morning Glory Bracelet  OOAKMonarch Butterfly  art print colorful abstract flower acid free hand cut white mat 11x14ON SALE NOW - Ruths Garden ORIGINAL Mixed Media Collage PaintingClematis - Giclee print on Canvas of OIL PAINTING 15x20Pink Roses with Vase -  8X10 - Art Print by Blenda

Aqua Cosmos fused glass accent plateFloral Fire, by Carolyn, EBSQSpring Blossoms Art Magnet - Original Acrylic PaintingCyclamen Original Art Pop-Tanical Painting by Kris Jean TEAM EBSQPush - Oil on paper 5x7 - Original - Mounted - Marie Mella

Flower Power Series 2  - 12X12 - Original Painting on CanvasFive White Flowers on Red ORIGINAL Art Painting 12x16x1.5 inchesAqua Iris fused glass accent bowlNarcissus - Giclee print on Canvas of OIL PAINTING 15x20ON SALE NOW - They Whisper Their Secrets To The Wind ORIGINAL Mixed Media Collage Painting

These fabulous works of art are brought to you by: Blenda TyvollHeide Hibbard, Carolyn Schiffhouer, Amanda Makepeace, Diane Casey, Shawn Marie Hardy, Marie Mella, Dawn Thompson, Kris Jean, Harlan, and Michele Diane Carter.

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