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Finger grass (Digitaria Eriantha) by Maree  Clarkson
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Nothing belongs to you
of what there is,
of what you take,
you must share.

- Chief Dan George

I’ve got some old soft-cover books that I use to record little sketches of grasses, weeds and indigenous flowers on our smallholding (Tarlton, South Africa). I found this finger grass, which is a palatable grass that is regarded as one of the best natural and cultivated pastures (the best known cultivar is Smuts finger grass) in southern Africa. It remains palatable until late in the winter and is often utilised as standing hay.

Pencil sketch and watercolour done in an old soft-cover book


From my portfolio of Flowers


Greeting card


Framed print


Poster for Field Study group or classroom

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grass, sketch, finger grass, tarlton, south africa, smallholding, maree clarkson, farm, magaliesburg, krugersdorp

I am a watercolorist living on my little piece of African soil in Tarlton, Gauteng, South Africa. The inspiration for my art is the wonderfully rich variety of Fauna and Flora to be found throughout this beautiful country.
“There is a fine line between dreams and reality; it’s up to you to draw it.”

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  • Elizabeth Kendall
    Elizabeth Kendallover 3 years ago

    Very interesting, nice sketch Maree!

  • Dankie Mevr. Kendall, bly jy hou daarvan!

    – Maree Clarkson

  • Marsha Elliott
    Marsha Elliottover 3 years ago

    Love your quickies & how you educate us with your descriptions.

  • Thanks Marsha, glad you found this interesting.

    – Maree Clarkson

  • Sally Griffin
    Sally Griffinover 3 years ago

    i am amazed in inspired by all you do!

  • Aaaaw, thank you for that Sally, I really appreciate your kind words!

    – Maree Clarkson

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