Suspend your imagination, consider the possibility that the painting began with the bulb of Ranunculus flower planted. It grew but instead in a pot or a garden; it grew on canvas and resulting in thick acrylic paints and hard lines rather than soft petals and sweet sents. It's beautiful, nonetheless, and it captures the essence of love and attraction with its medley of emotions and the excitement you feel when something is new. A mixture of hues pink and white swirls with an ever so slight dash of yellow that you pause and question that it exists. Like your first love filled the uncertainty of reciprocity.
Rose Elaine masterfully creates a connection with nature and draws you in for more than just a moment. You want to look at her work with questioning eyes and think and dream and remember.
October 30th, 2019
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