Introduction by John O’Hern
“Growing up in the East, it seemed everyone had African violets on their windowsills or collections of them on nearby tables. Given constant moisture, regular fertilizer and soft light, they bloomed, it seemed, forever.
Timothy Barr depicts a Cape Primrose, a cousin of the African violet, in the deep window ledge of a house in the Brandywine Valley…”
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