Rose Leaves – Ancient Mosaic

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While Imogen Crest was sweeping the floor of the greenhouse where the roses are nurtured, she uncovered an old mosaic, of brilliant coloured autumn leaves.  The colours were rich-ripe and bright.

(copyright Imogen Crest 2006.)

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About imogen88

Seeking balance from corporate life years back, Monika Roleff stumbled across Lemuria in cyberspace, and became Imogen Crest, Hermit muse, under the influence of Heather Blakey, educator and Webmistress of Soul Food Cafe - famous global writing and art group. "Imogen" has never looked back, and creates the world as she sees it, through the eyes of nature, in word and art. In "real life" Monika Roleff is a writer, nature photographer, consultant, runs vintage fairs and events, with an extensive admin and retail fashion background, and can be contacted on indigo_moon22 at hotmail dot com.

Posted on October 3, 2006, in Imogen's Cloister. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. This reminds me of a Jackson Pollock painting.

  2. colored dreams with sugar frosting

  3. What can one say of beauty such as this? I wonder at the colour and want to keep it in the jewel box of memory. Fran

  4. Oh!! I am beset by homesickness!!! I am reminded of Autumn in both Oregon and Michigan, with the fallen leaves whispering secrets amongst themselves as they scurry across sidewalks and lawns!! What a delicious image dear!!!

  5. Stunning! Pollack would gain inspiration from seeing work like this.

  6. Gorgeous image but I think I know how how you managed to create it – whoo hooo – your work is magical.

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