Lily Series 3
Lily Series 2
The Lily Series 1
A few of the swamp’s little inhabitants.
Still life with geese and turtle;)
I’m impatiently waiting for the huge number of tadpoles thriving in The Great Swamp to begin to develop their legs. I do hope that many of them will survive to maturity and beyond.
I enjoyed watching this robin and mate prepare their nest and keep it safe from invading squirrels. High drama indeed. I hope I’ll be able to watch their babies take first flight.
I can’t tell you how much I have appreciated your kind comments last post re:blog break. Thank you. In the week that I’ve been away from my computer, spring has delightfully unfurled. I’ll be posting some springy shots while I finish up a few projects and get some new projects started. These images of spring […]
Part 3: The Woodpile Cath’s original photo casts a spell of the sanctified. My figures are paying homage. This is the final piece from me, in collaboration with Cath at Settle and Chase. Hope you enjoyed the images as much as we enjoyed making them.
Part 2: Dolls House The second collaboration with Cath at Settle and Chase. Dolls House to me, has a haunted feel- where past activity is implied. So, I knew I wanted to bring new weirdness and flight to the piece, via watercolor bird-figures. Part 3:The Woodpile tomorrow…
Part 1: Ripples New inspiration, has urged my Bird-Children to travel and to grow up. Cath Rennie, a marvelous visual artist, musician and songwriter over at Settle and Chase, has adopted a few of the winged kids along with their scary birds, and has taken them on an adventure across the pond. While the little ones […]