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Red, Yellow, Pink...

Every single day, my Mother arranges flowers (from her own little roof-top garden)
in a little plastic dish which she places before a picture of my late Father.
Here I have borrowed the dish for about three hours of frantic painting. More...

Acrylic on paper | 22" x 15" | 54K download



NB - As a painting, this has an awkward formal arrangement. In silhoutte, this would look rather like a lump, sharp color contrasts notwithstanding! But non-aesthetic considerations (the little history above) were given a higher priority when I decided to paint it. Even then, I couldn't help indulge myself in a bit of brush play. I simply didn't want to!  Top

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