Heather Keew

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"Poppy" Watercolor Reproduction

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"Poppy" Watercolor Reproduction

from 20.00

I didn’t really know about poppies (besides their power to put Dorothy to sleep), till I visited a tiny castle in the Fontambleu forest of France and found them strewn around the courtyard like little red flags. They delighted me with their happy waving. It seems they have their own little fortress full of seeds mounted in the center of the petals.

Seasons Collection : Summer

Giclee Reproduction print on archival watercolor paper. Unframed.

Keep in mind that prints are ordered on demand. Please be patient as they are printed at a local giclee printshop and take about a week to come to me. I then package them up to send to you.

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I didn’t really know about poppies (besides their power to put Dorothy to sleep), till I visited a tiny castle in the Fontambleu forest of France and found them strewn around the courtyard like little red flags. They delighted me with their happy waving. It seems they have their own little fortress full of seeds mounted in the center of the petals.

Seasons Collection : Summer

Giclee Reproduction print on archival watercolor paper. Unframed.

Keep in mind that prints are ordered on demand. Please be patient as they are printed at a local giclee printshop and take about a week to come to me. I then package them up to send to you.

About the Summer Collection

In the summer we enjoy the bounty of harvest. Tomatoes, berries, and zucchini abound in our gardens and markets. Summer is rich, and we are filled. The earth seems content in these summer months. Don’t we all long for this peace and filling? My life doesn’t always feel like summer. But I want to rejoice and enjoy the pleasures of good gifts when they come and hold on to the ultimate Gift (Jesus) in all the seasons of life. The peace He gives “surpasses understanding” (Philippians 4:4-9).