Download the Dahlia Series One PDF catalogue by clicking the adjacent cover image. It contains details of all 13 works in the series, their inspiration and display ideas.

Dahlia Series One catalogue in PDF form. The series is by Margate artist Rebecca Portsmouth.

Dahlia Series One – V


Connect to nature with this original watercolour ink and brush study on watercolour paper that brings the strong lines of a dark-stemmed dahlia into your home. The dark blue ink study on white paper would fit seamlessly into many decor styles including neutral, minimal and Scandinavian styles as well darker or stronger colour schemes.

Tonal variations of the watercolour keep your eye interested over time and its curves add a relaxed vibe to wherever you choose to hang or sit this original work.


Share this piece of original artwork as part of a gallery wall (it would look particularly good in a pale wooden or white frame, either flush with the frame or surrounded by a card mount) or as part of collection of multiple studies (please get in touch to see other dahlia studies from the same series).

Display anywhere you want a piece of natural, original art to help connect you to nature. This could be setting the tone in an entryway to your home, above a desk or work area, near or in your kitchen or a baby’s nursery, where the pleasing, gentle lines are perfect for sleep and relaxing. It would work equally well, framed and sitting on a bedside table or hallway console or adding style to a bookshelf. In a dorm room, this would add a human and organic touch to help make it home.

This is a piece of original art, made in Margate, Kent, by Rebecca Portsmouth, using watercolour ink on a 8.5″ X 8.5″ sheet of 200gsm acid-free watercolour paper.

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