When travelling to Cortes Island on the beautiful western coast of Canada, you must not only travel by road but also take what we call our “water highway” – with the assistance of B.C. Ferries or of course your own boat! The Road Taken for us means crossing the Salish Sea!!!
Happy Winter Solstice!!! Winter has hit our usually temperate province (British Columbia, Canada) in full force this year. It had been in the forecast since fall but we did not understand what they meant until it happened! And in my household, we are grateful for the inches of snow that have already fallen, mainly becauseContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge – Anticipation”
The Stuffy Collection just keeps on moving!!! Mr. ILoveH2O has found his forever home in Victoria, BC! Now this makes me so happy because Mr.ILoveH2O was the very first stuffy I documented for the collection back in 2014. By now, the Stuffy Collection has gotten around and travelled around the Salish Sea and there areContinue reading “Forever Home: continued”
In 2014, I gave myself an art challenge: Make one portrait a week for 52 consecutive weeks of my Stuffed Animal Collection. (You can view more on this project by visiting my Stuffy Collection pages on my website.) Each week, I took a photo of one stuffy for inspiration and then painted a portrait and wroteContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge – H2O”
Every summer, The Old School House Gallery curates a Members’ Show. The theme changes yearly but the talent gracing the walls only gets more and more impressive. This year’s theme was inspired by sharing thoughts on the topic of climate change as we watch it happen and escalate in our environment. Primary Elements – AnnualContinue reading “Members Show”
A SYMBOL of the times. Left in the dirt like it decomposes,everyone knows it never well,oil verses water how can it even be a debate.Climate changes don’t go away and neither does the litter.
If you know me, you know I love old vintage tea cups. So I took advantage of the photo challenge “From Above” by capturing the flow of water into the pond from teapots to tea cups. I captured the water trickling into the pond from above, as you can see.