The wild flower series continues with this rendition of the beautiful Turk's Cap Lilly. The design is by Bev Norman and it is an interesting flower to paint. The name comes from the recurved petals which will curve and touch tip to tip and resembles a hat worn by the turks. It is a stunning plant growing three to six feet in height with flowers 2-2 1/2" across and up to forty blooms per plant. Floating color is essential to painting this project and can be made a little easier by wetting the surface first with water or using a blending gel or adding a little glazing medium to your paint. Learning to float color comes with practice and patience.