A small painting before Easter weekend to celebrate this long, slow Vancouver spring. It may be cooler than usual but that sure makes all the blossoms last!
This is just 6″x6″. The size is fun for quick studies and experiments – very freeing! This painting is based on a friend’s photo that she graciously let me use as inspiration. Thanks Claire!
Tom wrote a quirky haiku to go with these Taiwanese cherry blossoms. 🙂
flower’s fragrant fabric
fine filigreed fire
painting (c) 2017 Hilary Farmer
poem (c) 2017 Tom Radcliffe