Standing on the South Cornwall cliffpath and looking out to sea there are lots of wildflowers and some surprising additions, including these hollyhocks. I guess the seeds blew on the wind from the nearby clifftop allotments that were in existence for hundreds of years as the local people planted their own fruit and vegetables - and flowers for pollination. Now they self-seed and reappear every summer.
This painting is on deep edged canvas with the sides painted white so no need to frame if you don't want to. Varnished, signed on the back and ready to hang.