I started this piece when the first freeze came and I knew I wouldn’t get any more blooms. It was supposed to be about me holding too hard onto summer, but then it kept asking for revisions (artwork does talk to you) and it became about something else — acceptance, deterioration, rebirth — so many metaphors swirled around and defied explanation. After a month of working on it off and on, it’s finally finished.
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