Some philosophers were right in saying that nature is not one but many: there are all sorts of shapes and colors, textures and sizes. The flowers, besides being a good example of this are the epitome of beauty: its colors and perfumes, grace and subtlety, have captivated the human being from the very beginning.
The name I want to write is Rosie Sanders, woman who portrays the charms of colorful flowers in watercolors. Like many artists, she blurs the boundaries between art and nature: scientific accuracy of her work could form part of a treatise on botany.
Source and images: ©Rosie Sanders