Sometimes The Flowers Arrange Themselves

This piece is a tribute to my late grandfather, Terry. He would peel and chop me an apple whenever I saw him, and we’d take them on hikes around Brecon and Monmouth.

He was terrible at arranging flowers; he’d never trim them or take the leaves off whenever I brought some round. He’d just dump in the pot.

Oil on canvas.

SKU DA/HO028 Artist

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Dimensions 92 × 92 cm


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