Iris come in an amazing array of colors and form, this one being "Bearded", referring to the fuzzy tongue that lolls out over its petals. These yellow-colored Bearded Iris are sometimes confused with the Yellow Flag Iris, a wet-loving invasive plant. - Nancy Boudreau
Here's a link to a Google Images page full of yellow iris. Can you tell which are "Flag" and which are "Bearded"?
This drawing was created using Prismacolor pencil on paper, a long-time favorite of mine. All the drawings of this set of sixteen, are 4.5" x 4.5", are under cream-colored mats and framed in honey-colored maple, ready to hang. Each framed piece measures 16.5" x 16.5". The series, which was completed in 1997, is for sale as a set for $3200. They are made available to you directly from the artist.
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Enjoy the show, not the snow!