wallflower / w lfla / ˈ ɔː ʊə Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary noun 1 A southern European plant with fragrant yellow, orange-red, dark red, or brown flowers thatbloom in early spring. Cheiranthus cheiri, family Cruciferae 2 informal A shy or excluded person at a dance or party, especially a girl without a partner.
The eye is instinctively drawn to Wallflowers as they grow within the patterned reality of time. A vivid photograph amplified through the study of colour and form reflected in a palette of long forgotten wallpaper. A (k)not in time, a memory recalled and relived, notes written on the wall.
“Creating is living doubly. The groping, anxious quest of a Proust, his meticulous collecting of flowers, of wallpapers, and of anxieties, signifies nothing else.”
Albert Camus,The Myth of Sisyphus and Other Essays
The Wallflower collection. No dull girls, just Wallflowers.