A large square textile with a design of rosehips and a washed autumnal coloured wild flower at its centre.
This rose is in contrast to those lush and vibrant works painted by Claude Monet, Paul Cézanne, and Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Here the texture of cloth and its worn appearance alludes to the flower's' extended place so close to our skin and heart. It is as if the faded design is now embedded deep into the fabric itself as the memories of intense experiences leave their mark.
Mike de Sousa
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