Yellow Boots

‘Yellow Boots’ — acrylic on canvas, 405 x 405 mm. Available.

☁️☁️☁️ When I started painting this a couple of weeks ago, the days were indeed grey grey grey and the branches of the plum tree outside my studio (the view that inspired the background of the painting) were bare bare bare. But after a couple of unseasonably warm days (warm, that is, for August in Christchurch), an explosion of little pink blossoms reminds me that spring is mere days away. Sun sun sun, here it comes. ⛅🌤☀️

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2 thoughts on “Yellow Boots

  1. Ms. Liz

    Oh, that explains the background.. clever! We’re seeing the early blossom now. Today in Invercargill I saw magnolias covered in flowers, enjoyed the scent of a michelia, and saw beautiful big crocuses in white and in purple. Yay! In yellow we’ve seen wattles in full flower – weeks ago in Central Otago making a big splash of colour in the winter landscape.

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