Digitalis purpurea, also known as the foxglove or common foxglove. Foxglove symbolise creativity, a boost of confidence and great connection as the flowers often attract the bees and hummingbirds.
There is an old saying that the foxglove are magnets for fairies which attracting positive energy.
This artwork is inspired by my visiting to George Tindale Memorial Gardens in the Dandenong Ranges after a few months of lock down in Victoria.
It’s almost summer so the garden is extremely colourful with all the spring flowers blooming gloriously.
I was drawn to the sight of these beautiful Foxglove plants, under a giant, tall pine tree, with varies flowers such as carnations grow nearby.
These elegant, dreamlike foxgloves bloom in soft lavender, pink, yellow and pure white hue with a spotted centre. It was a quiet and calm sunny afternoon and the scenery is a pure bliss to enjoy.
Artwork inspired by nature in Bayswater, Melbourne, Spring, 2020.
Flower always bloom in their own time without competing with other flowers.
May we all bloom in our time in the best season.
Hope you enjoy this artwork of mine.
WILD BOTANICAL ABSTRACT SERIES by HSIN LIN
We would like to pay our respects to the traditional owners of the land on which our building stands, their leaders, past, present and emerging.