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Golden Happy Times
PainterArtist FIN and husband Maestro
Painting - Oil On Canvas
THE MEANING OF ROSES and THEIR COLORS
rose color meanings
While every flower has a wonderful story to tell, the rose stands alone in its abundant history and color meaning. So much so that we
couldnít resist giving it a little preferential treatment and dedicating a separate space to its rich symbolism.
Used for hundreds of years to convey messages without words, roses have long been a symbol of confidentiality - the Latin expression
sub rosa (literally "under the rose") means something told in secret.
Regardless of color, their unique beauty and subtle fragrance convey a message guaranteed to elicit delight from the recipient and envy
Thereís nothing secret about the red roseís symbolism of love. Valentineís Day would hardly exist without this bold and dramatic bloom.
The ultimate symbol of romantic love and enduring passion, the red rose also conveys respect and the creative spirit of love.
Representing true love stronger than thorns, the red rose is known universally as the loverís rose.
Representing, humility, purity and innocence, the white rose - often referred to as the bridal rose - is associated with young love. In
Scotland, when the white rose bloomed in autumn, it was seen as a token of early marriage. Also symbolizing truth and reverence, it
sends a message of loyalty and says "I am worthy of you."
While in Victorian times, the yellow rose symbolized jealousy, today it represents friendship, joy and caring. A bouquet of these sun-
filled blossoms conveys warmth, gladness and affection.
Symbolizing gentility, femininity, elegance and refinement, the pink rose also carries additional meanings depending on its hue. A deep
pink conveys gratitude and appreciation, while pale shades connote grace and gentleness, admiration and happiness.
With their warm, vibrant tones, orange roses symbolize enthusiasm and desire. If youíre looking for a way to express admiration and
attraction - with an underlying message of passion and excitement - then send a bouquet filled with these fiery blooms.
Thought to be almost mystical in nature, with symbolism tied to enchantment, desire and even proceeding cautiously, itís not surprising
that lilac and purple roses send a message of love at first sight, A great Valentine flower.
Info adapted from: teleflora.com
"GOLDEN HAPPY TIMES" painted by MAESTRO and PAINTERARTISTFIN at wholisticartsschool.com
This painting measures 4' x 3'
December 1st, 2012
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