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Bouquet with pink peony,remembering the summer to come

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Peony is a flower I connect with early summer since I remember.The first cherries,smell of   old peonies in the corner of the garden and evenings lightened by fireflies ,they all make me thrilled in waiting of a real summer,the one with hot weather and garden full of flowers  when I hide in the shade during noon ,sip lemonade and believe it will last forever……..

Long enough I’ve learned nothing lasts forever,but deep in me I believe there is at least a breeze of that vanishing eternity I can steal for a moment to be with me.And this is why I’ve made this bouquet with pink peony,to remember the summer going to come……….

Henry Fatin Latour: Vase de pivoines (1881) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Henri_Fantin-Latour_-_Vase_de_Pivoines_(Vase_of_Peonies),_1881.jpg

By Tamara Jare

Slovenian contemporary figurative painter.
Art is life. Contemporary figurative painting. Oil on canvas. Love colors.
Slovenian artist Tamara Jare specializes in figurative oil painting on canvas. Her paintings are defined by vibrant colors, be it still life, landscape or portrait. Tamara Jare artworks have been exhibited at curated art shows in United States, Italy and Slovenia.
Tamara Jare artwork has been presented in SAATCHI ART BEST 2021 and BEST 2022 COLLECTIONS.
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8 replies on “Bouquet with pink peony,remembering the summer to come”

I hesitated to pick peonies yesterday-today all left are wet, wet, wet -and it will rain for a couple of days….
happy you like my photos!
All the best,
Tamara

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