|Wisteria at Magnolia Plantation, Charleston, SC|
courts Charlestonian gray,
droning bees, sanguine.
by Margaret Bednar, April 9, 2013
The painting below was painted by Viviane of "Les Peintures De Viviane" from one of my photos. I commented on how much I loved it, but she wasn't selling this one. She painted another just for me and gave it to me!! I had it framed and I just adore it.
Charleston gray refers to the local brick which originated in size and coloration early in the colonial period. "Charleston Gray" bricks come out a rusty brown when properly fired and are called gray due to the coloration of the clay used.
This is for Carp Diem Imagination #5, Wisteria a haiku meme.
Also linked with dVerse Poet's Pub "Open Link Night"
This is also linked with Imaginary Garden with Real Toad's "Words Count with Mama Zen". The image I chose for inspiration is very similar to a wisteria bloom: