Artist's description: This painting is inspired by my observation of my favorite nature object - the most comment Lawn weeds , during a short walk into the woods before I start my daily painting routine.
The strength and vitality of the weed grasses and flowers are fascinating .
The tiny purple flowers of Germander Speedwell - Veronica chamaedrys, also known as Bird's-eye Speedwell, has a meaning from its name , which is "on the ground."
It is a perennial weed , and can survive in all soil types.
Next time if you notice those tiny purple flowers (3-4mm) , they may quietly whisper to you if you listen carefully.
-WILD BOTANICAL ABSTRACT SERIES 2018 by H.Lin-