Ephipany 161/11 by Emma Bossons of Moorcroft

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Ephipany 161/11 by Emma Bossons of Moorcroft

It was a moment of epiphany. Emma was taken aback by a piece of art. As the dawn seeped through the windows of a church in Luss, Scotland, Emma was captivated. Unusually, the stained glass did not hold pictures of saints, but instead the purest white lilies gliding up to the apex of the glass window within the carved stone, swimming in an uplifting crimson tide.

Joyfully, these lilies now soar up a Moorcroft vase against a deep crimson ground. Underneath, other flowers, like peonies in bud, have joined the dance of the lilies. Growing in abundance from the base of the vase come a crowd of flowers in salmon-pinks, blue and blazing buttercup yellows ready to burst into bloom, as they circle Epiphany in a chorus of wonder.

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