For me, lupins are the quintessential summer wildflower. Lupin leaves come in early in the summer, spreading outward from where the plants bloomed the year before, and long spikes shoot up to announce where the luminescent purple-pink blossoms will appear. Cultivated lupins come in spectacular arrays of color, but I find wild lupins beautiful, versatile, tenacious, in fact, everything that I want summer to be.
Oil on canvas, 5″ x 7″, signed and dated
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