Thursday, February 12, 2009


Today it is a warm February day in New York - high forties. This morning there were a fifty mile hour gusts, however and it was hard to walk into it. You felt nature and I could not help but think of tornadoes and hurricanes and cyclones.

Here is found parchment, some fragments of a pinwheel and vertical slices of a Tokyo wall, I think. And also some holiday stars from Ireland - ghostly now and hardly noticeable.

Three continents in one JPG. Blown together by gusts of expression. Thank you for sharing them....

Not much time to create lately....this was done so very quickly.

Hope you all are well. Warm regards.


Joanne Gover Yoshida said...

And thank you for what you do.
It's a gift.
Today I was giving away art works for the OWOH, and now I am receiving gifts.
How wonderful the world is!

Just a minute. I have to look at your creation thru Daisy, my pinwheel.
Yes, there you go. She makes the perfect ribbon slightly up to the right hand corner.

'ephemera' unwritten in a gust of wind

Kim said...

spring and cherry blossoms eh John...
raining here and really strong winds off the ocean... with 21 degrees
have a creative weekend :)

The Artful Eye said...

Cheery blossoms! Lovely collage of found objects.

Glad you've got some warmer weather.

Best to you.

The Finely Tuned Woman said...

You can give me blossoms always, any time of the day, any day of the year. They make my heart sing. Cherry blossoms are the best, but apple and pear blossoms gladden the heart as well and soon these hills here will be covered by them. You make good art, John. Always remember that. It's exciting to come here.

Lisa Sarsfield said...

"Three continents in one JPG. Blown together by gusts of expression."

Nicely said!

Frances said...

this spoke to me