Come and gone

Summer made an appearance while I was in Santa Fe. It was spring before I left (only a few hyacinths blooming), and it’s spring again, but in the interim there was a heatwave in Montreal, with temperatures exceeding 30°C on some days. Tulips and daffodils bloomed without me, and now I am left with shrivelling stalks waiting to be pruned. Fortunately my favourite early perennials are still here for me to enjoy — lilies-of-the-valley, bleeding hearts and forget-me-nots. I have a whole sketchbook of Santa Fe scenes to post, but that can wait. If it gets warmer again, these flowers will be gone too. Sketched in a Handbook Watercolour Journal, 9″ x 12″.


13 Comments on “Come and gone”

  1. Donna says:

    Just beautiful!!! As usual

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  2. Bernadette says:

    Absolutely lovely!

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  3. Pamela Jeffrey says:

    I enjoy your posts Shari and your wonderful paintings. I live in Winnipeg ( born and raised in Montreal, then on the west coast for years) the bleeding hearts in the courtyard of my condo are just starting to come up!

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  4. Jane Guest says:

    Lovely and soft🪴🖼
    Glad yr trip was a success 👩‍🎨
    Jane

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  5. Denise says:

    This takes my breath away!

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  6. Love the combination of colors and the design of the bouquet from your garden!

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  7. Alison Hall says:

    You missed a really weird spring! At least you had these lovely blooms to come home to.
    Lovely!

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