Tuesday, September 10, 2013
The Art Walk is coming soon to downtown Concord--January 31st. Here are the likely candidate art selections I will be displaying. Obviously a winter theme has been struck here, but also a few signs of an upcoming Spring, plus a little just fooling around abstracts.
Wednesday, August 21, 2013
Sunday, July 28, 2013
The pond and back garden continue to contribute to our lives and our connections to nature. This morning, it seemed teeming with life, critters, flora in abundance. Sitting there in the morning or evening makes you realize how wonderful life can be.
and then the pond itself.
Monday, July 15, 2013
The pond continues to explode in growth, especially the several plants sitting in the middle, and, of course, the lilies.
But as we walked outside from our little porch to head towards the pond this morning, the floral display greeting us was quite wonderful. First the Hibiscus . . .
Then the rose mallow finally burst forth into color, after a several weeks wait while dozens of buds gathered.
And of course, the rose mallow sits amidst a display of our hummingbird vines and flowers that the little hummers love to suck on.
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Ahhh, see, we haven't even had the June Art Walk, and already I'm fussing about the August Art Walk, now scheduled for August 23rd. Since I seem to like the pot pourri idea, I may bill this one as a Winter's Departure and Summer's Arrival Pot Pourri--a bit of this and a bit of that. They're a bit all over the map, I'm afraid. Different places, different objects of art, different sizes. They will all be on canvas (assuming I don't run out of canvas or money first, and the sizes range from 24 inches wide to 60 inches. A few you may have seen before in a slightly different incarnation.
Jackie O Lake
Russian Eye Candy
Thaaaat's All Folks . . .