Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Dozen more or so!

While I feverishly work on prepping the blocks for printing, here are the last few. Not many more, almost all here now; all but two!

Puzzle pieces

AEleen Frisch - Wallingford, Connecticut USA
All gardens should include a small putting green, a rabbit hole, a black hole, a ?????.
Ralph Heather - Ontario CANADA
http://www.ralphheather.com

The journey a Black Swallowtail butterfly takes through it's life stages is always magical. This Black Swallowtail caterpillar showed up in my backyard on a patch of parsley and was an amazing bright green and black. I'm so thankful that there is a ban on pesticides here so we can enjoy the return of butterflies, hummingbirds and so much more.

Ralph is a visual artist focused on original printmaking using the traditional techniques of hand-cut wood blocks or etching. His art is hand-drawn, hand-cut and hand-printed in limited editions. In his work he searches for life’s connections that seemingly go unnoticed, often finding his inspiration locally.
Kathe Welch - Oakland, California USA
Gilda Machado-Zimmerling - Templeton, California USA
I decided to add a couple of owls to this garden to watch over all the beautiful creatures. They are known for may things amount them is their wisdom and their quality as protectors.


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