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Oil on canvas, stretched and ready to hang.

Signed on the front.

The inspiration to paint this little native wildflower comes from my backyard where they are growing naturally. Their common name is Milkmaids. I don't know why, but I presume the early British settlers brought the name with them. They are actually Burchardia conjestas.
They attract the ants too, so I had to include one of them.

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Oil paint on canvas, finished with protective varnish

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Stretched and ready to hang

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Delma White

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