Gold Dew acrylic canvas 48x48in from Macondo series.
Yellow flowers rain described by Nobel prize Gabriel Garcia Marquez in One hundred years of solitude. " ...through the window they saw a light rain of tiny yellow flowers falling. They fell on the town all through the night in a silent storm, and they covered the roofs and blacked the doors and smothered the animals who slept outdoors." (Marquez, 140)
The falling of the tiny yellow flowers marks the death of Jose Arcadio Buendia who founded Macondo. It may also symbolize the coming of a new era in Macondo.
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