Acrylic and W&N watercolour on Bockingford 300gsm watercolour paper – An Hydrangea from my garden in Tarlton, Gauteng, South Africa.
I studied the Hydrangea in detail this morning during breakfast outside my balcony. I noticed Hydrangea’s five petals lingering, awaiting fate to decide her next move. Angel Trumpet observed that she was no longer vibrant, elegant, filled with grace and beauty, she was gone at full rose. Do flowers experience pink passion? Like the moon-flower does, as she aches for attention; embracing the night. Will Hydrangea be cast aside like old mulch, rejected by Angel Trumpet simply because she lost her dance?
…Why is it, that we tend to lose our dance as well?
- by Diane M. Bazail
30th August 2011 – FEATURED in “Waterlily, Lotus and Hydrangea Flowers”
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8th September 2011 – FEATURED in “Artists Universe”
8th September 2011 – FEATURED in “Image Writing”