Tuesday, 7 July 2020

A passionate response.

If I was asked to define my personal taste I would probably find it easier to start by telling you what I definitely don't like. Knowing my own taste can be harder to pin down. There are many things I encounter that I really like, but they don't evoke a spontaneous response from the heart. Occasionally something does though...this extraordinary passion flower created by Maylee Christie was one such piece. It's on display at the Farnham Sculpture Park and if I had unlimited funds and a suitable place to do it justice I would buy it in a heartbeat. Instead I have my memories and photos. Hope you enjoy them.





Arilx

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  1. That is my thing as well, it's amazing. Thanks.

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    1. It's the colours and textures I like. Arilx

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  2. And I'd bid against you at the auction, Aril! That's the highest bar in my criteria for evaluating art: Would I have it in my home (if I could afford it). No doubt it's relevant that we both prefer structures and artifacts that have layers of detail...something into which we can immerse ourselves and escape rude reality. :)

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    1. I could have looked at it for hours. It took my breath away. Arilx

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  3. That is gorgeous

    Julie xxxxxx

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    1. Seems like a lot of people have had a similar response. My photo doesn't really capture the intense colour of the piece. Arilx

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  4. Thank you so much for your kind comments about my flower. It was a labour of love and knowing that it touched some hearts with it, makes me really happy. xxx

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    1. I consider myself the lucky one to have been able to see it! Arilx

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  5. You're very kind, thank you! x

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