This is the second large watercolor in the set of three I described in yesterday’s post. One of the butterflies fits right in with the pansies at the bottom of the painting.
The yellow and black butterfly is a Swallowtail, a very common butterfly here in the Montana mountains.
When I was a child, my mother found a twig with a chrysalis and pinned it to the curtain in my bedroom. One day in spring, I came home from school, opened the bedroom door, and found a beautiful Swallowtail resting on the window curtain.
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