methinks I might just take up residence in the gallery for a few months...Preston's work seems to strike a cord with me...my heart sings when I look at her work.
I look forward to some flora chat!
Am imagining waratahs all over the world ..in the snow, deserts, rainforests, swamps, hills 'n dales, cities, distant lands, on tables, on all tables, waratahs for all...am imagining...that's how much I love 'em. _________________ "I've never accepted the external appearance of things as the whole truth. The world is much more elaborate than the nerves of our eye can tell us." - James Gleeson
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Posted: Tue Aug 09, 2005 4:14 pm Post subject:
That's an impressive woodcut!
The plant looks like it could be related to artichokes and thistles. Very lovely. Are the stem and foliage barbed? _________________ God writes a lot of comedy... the trouble is, he's stuck with so many bad actors who don't know how to play funny. -- Garrison Keillor
methinks dear old nature had a field day with this fleur...
it is indeed food for my soul..the word...the way artists see the plant..
haiku for rainey & a waratah
time you take blossoming joy
lesson in patience
may your day be joyous..
hugs _________________ "I've never accepted the external appearance of things as the whole truth. The world is much more elaborate than the nerves of our eye can tell us." - James Gleeson
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