How does the meadow flower its bloom unfold? Because the lovely little flower is free down to its root, and in that freedom, bold – Wordsworth
Lust is often frowned upon as a shameful sin as it is focused on pleasing oneself, possessive and greedy. I was interested in trying to portray this raw emotion, it's pure and honest but fleeting and unrestrained. I wanted to create two characters in a state of lust, strongly preoccupied with one another, I wanted it to be playful and suggestive; using the anemone to help symbolize this emotion as temporary and frail, as it blooms and fades quickly during spring time, also known a 'the winds daughter'.