Blossoming Friendship

By Bridget Manzella

“Blossoming Friendship,” by Eli Cedrone, depicts a scene sentimental to anyone who remembers the excitement and pleasure of the first days of summer vacation. How simple things were, when after the last bell rang, we were set free to enjoy our carefree summer hours with other children in our neighborhoods. I am sure that all of us remember our first friends with fondness, and the time we spent with them playing and laughing, holding buttercups under our chins, catching fireflies, and making wishes on dandelion fluff. These two girls outside on a blanket, are a reminder of an idyllic childhood, and of the cycles of time, reassuring us that our children and grandchildren will enjoy the beauty of summer for many years to come. On view now at M Gallery of Fine Art.

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About mgalleryoffineart

Owner of M Gallery of Fine Art in historic Charleston, SC
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