September 3: Une rose trémière(Hollyhocks)

Time for the hollyhocks to bloom. An olde world flower that reminds me of Maman and her friends. They all had hollyhocks in their gardens, growing through the cracks in old pavements, pushing through gravel, leaning against old walls. They still do push up through all the cracks and walls, all over the French countryside, turning their bright pink and soft white blooms to greet the warm September rays.

..une rose trémière..

Pen and watercolor on watercolor paper, HP,  23x30cm

une rose trémière

à demain

Ronelle

5 Comments

  1. Que j’aime tes oeuvres quotidiennes..

    How true Hollyhocks grew so well when I was a young child..here..for me they do not.. a rust attacks the leaves and they do not come back..yet someone along Main Rd has them every yr..and old house..perhaps..:)

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