Summer In the City


Summer In the City by at Hartselle Fine Arts Center. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Bury me in the Yellow Flowers As my thoughts drift away. I pulled on a sunflower's petals To detect your love for me In the summer's sun is hot The lying flower said you love me But I know you love me not Watercolor on white cardboard


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Bury me in the Yellow Flowers As my thoughts drift away. I pulled on a sunflower's petals To detect your love for me In the summer's sun is hot The lying flower said you love me But I know you love me not Watercolor on white cardboard

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Category:
Watercolor Paintings
Artist:
Daniel Clarke
Media:
Watercolor
Item Size:
18 x 12 x 0 inches

 


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