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I feel like Alice.  My world has become very, very small.

 

 

mini gardens

 
small is beautiful

 

large moss terrarium

This garden, so far, has been the largest.  It  measures  around 20 inches tall.  

 
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I will be creating a lovely, yet surreal,  installation at one of my most favorite places,  Flutter,  on Mississippi Ave.

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Yesterday I purchased some wood panels.  In a previous post I suggested my artistic comfort zone consisted of a space of 5.5 inches.  In the spirit of  “growth” and bettering myself as a human, two are 12 x 12 inches (others are 8×10-  not square, oh my).  I’m looking forward to working with them.  I have many ideas waiting for a surface to land on.  I love that blank, pristine surface- that place where anything is possible.

 

 

wood panels

I’ve designed some new cards.  They are a new direction I’m exploring.  I have them available for sale in my shop.

owl w/ dots

underwater day dreamer's card set

underwater day dreamer's card set

underwater day dreamer's card set

deconstructed seed pod

another art piece-  I have this for sale on etsy.

In the last few days I was the recipient of a few fabulous cards!  A couple via post- one hand delivered.  

 

Such clever friends…

From Kath

 

from Andrea

 

from Liz

I thought it was time to include some recent paintings.  Theses are small works on wood using acrylic paint.  They are part  of an on going series titled the anatomy of stillness.  I love painting small &  in a square format.  I do think I will create some larger pieces to include in this series.  

(The owl painting is not included in the series- it just makes me smile inside a little…)

 

anatomy of stillness

 

anatomy of stillness

 

anatomy of stillness

 

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