So, I finally got around to buying some new inks for my Epson printer. And, voila, a new set of prints emerged, suitable for art walking, should one ever show up. ctually we expect to be art strolling some time in February, and I shall stand ready to deliver. The following prints are ready to be stretched. They are all part of the collection I shall call, Reflections.
So, here goes.
So, I'm sitting in the car, awaiting my dear wife--the birthday girl. Yeah, today is her birthday, predicted, I am certain, by the Mayans, just before they departed for wherever it is they went. And see, the calendar shows that today is December 22nd. And her birthday is, you guessed it, December 22nd. Coincidence?? I think not.
So, at any rate, I'm sitting in the car at the local Farmers' Market, awaiting her return, when I look out the window and observe . . . see that's why I call it Observed Art . . . cuz on account of I have to observe it. So, I see this neat picture . . . right out the window. So, here it is. I like it and hope you do also. It's called Grassy. Grabby huh?
With the arrival of the Frankensturm, that may deliver some first and very early snow to our little town, I began thinking of the next, Winter 2013 Art Walk. may not participate in that one either--it's all getting too expensive. But, had I entered that February 2013 art show, I might (or might not) have entered what I call, Reflections--pictures of shiny things and their mirrored reflections.
Well finally a butterfly arrived in our little garden. We have been awaiting their arrival all summer, with many of our plants inviting their return and visit. So, this morning, a swallowtail arrived to dine at our garden cafe. They are such lovely, gentle creatures.
And finally, a monarch arrived in all its glory, truly a glamorous critter.
And with the ending of the grand Olympics, I thought we should acknowledge one of the masters of form, our very own hummers. Here are two shots worthy of the gold, for form at least.
I just completed a small DVD with pictures and some music, titled Studies in Red. The studies are dominated by our brilliant red, Rose Mallow, but many other red flowers are included. A sampling is presented below: