Roses in full Bloom. Oil on canvas. 350x450mm
Roses, my mothers’ flower, she loved them and I have always tried to paint them to the best of my ability.
Here are a beautiful bunch of roses from my neighbour, Joans’ garden. She is an elderly woman who also loves roses. Her garden is a mass with many varieties and when they are flowering they are a wonderful display.
These roses were picked as the last blooms of summer and just before Joan pruned them.
They were in full bloom so I had no time to loose capturing them on the canvas.
They showed me they are full blooms tipping to a point of difference when the petal is about to leave the flower.
Such a potent moment to capture life.
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