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Oil on board
9” x 9”, framed


May is the time for azaleas to explode in a joyful cacophony of pinks, reds, magentas, violets and oranges.
This year most places where we can see this gorgeous display are closed, of course.
This painting is based on a visit to Isabella plantation in Richmond Park last May, and is a happy reminder that Mother Nature is carrying on, doing her wonderful thing,
And doesn’t care a jot whether we are there to witness it or not!

A Little of What We're Missing

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