Grandmas’ garden

Memories of my childhood are filled with the colour and form of the hydrangea hedges that lined both my grandmas gardens. The changing of blue to lavender to palest haze of colour. The pinks and greens fading to yellow. Theses are the colours of my memories.
I really enjoyed play with the light the way it influenced the colour shape and composition. Presentation of my installation could potentially keep me occupied for the next 6 months

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3 Responses to Grandmas’ garden

  1. This is quite wonderful – if your aim was to capture a garden – you exceeded. Beautiful
    AnnMarie 🙂

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