2 comentarios:

Lloyd Dunn dijo...

Beautiful. Like the Japanese prints that were so inspiring to French painters of the 19th century.

Once, when I was out walking with friends in a Czech park, a woman we had met very briefly the previous day saw us and invited us to her home for rosehip wine. She described the labor-insensive way it was made, which made the experience that much nicer a gift.

Studiolum dijo...

Thank you, Lloyd.

You’re reading my mind. I had exactly those Japanese prints in mind, when composing both the pictures and the mosaic (actually, the latter in a Chinese office). Only now I see that I should have left much more emptiness in it.

I have never tasted rosehip wine. It must be something as precious as rose oil, which I did try in Bulgaria in a homemade version.