These are wild strawberry blossoms which are about 1/4” to 1/2” across. When I took the reference photo they were so tiny I didn’t see the dew drops until I enlarged the image.
I’m always amazed by how much I learn about a flower when I take the time to paint them.
I spotted these in a field on the cliffs above the Bay of Fundy while out walking.
Mounted on a gallery panel that sits nicely on shelf or hangs on a wall. The finish on this original watercolour is a translucent compound that acts as a protective matte topcoat. It seals and provides UV protection without compromising the original colours and eliminates the glare of glass between you and your painting.