Candy Cane Roses

October is the time of year in Southern California where roses hit their seasonal stride with an incredible showing of blooms. I decided to feature three art prints that were inspired by one of my favorite roses, the Candy Cane Rose.

The first one is an abstract watercolor rendition of one of the blooms.

“One Candy Cane”

The second and third prints are from the same plant and on these I used a slightly more subtle abstract watercolor technique.

“Two Candy Canes”
“Candy Cane”


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31 thoughts on “Candy Cane Roses

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      Good eye, Dan!! I appreciate the feedback! Thanks for stopping by!!
      Spent yesterday hiking in the Olympic National Park. We start our drive back to LA tomorrow….got some good pics I will be sharing on future posts…perfect two fall weeks in the Pacific Northwest …beautiful colors…clear days and rainy days…great break from LA!!

  1. tiffanymendonca

    These are beautiful! I love what you did with each one, it really brings out the detail of each and shows their true beauty.

  2. SD Gates

    Amazing paintings – I have Candy Cane roses – they are so pretty and delicate. I have found though – they do not tolerate being cut and put into vases – they don’t last very long. But they are so beautiful!

    1. Kirt D Tisdale Post author

      I love their look. I hadn’t thought about it until your comment, but we slack in cutting any of our rose blooms in vases. I am one of those that stays right on top of cutting spent blooms down to next 5 leaf branch to encourage more blooms. Thanks for stopping by and for your input….much appreciated!!

  3. America On Coffee

    Hi Kirt! Happy new season to yo! Your flower rendition looks can’t yummy and perfectly soft and festive for any sweet season! I hope you’ve been well, and take care! 🍃🍂🍂☕️☕️🎼🍃


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