LATEST RELEASE – JANUARY 2021
On a sunny day in mid-May 2020—the spring that COVID-19 invaded our land and almost every other land—me and my husband ventured into the countryside west of Cambridge in search of marsh marigolds. It was exciting when we glimpsed them lighting up the roadside swamp with their glorious golden blossoms as far as the eye could see!
The trunk of a riddled old cedar tree jutted out of the dark water, its ‘toes’ embroidered with delicate green moss. Crimson dogwood bushes pushed up here throughout the marsh.
I hope you will experience the merriness of the Marsh Marigolds whenever you view this painting.