Saturday, February 13, 2010


"with.pome.granites"

The image above incorporate some details from photographs graciously provided by Debi Cates. It is not representative of where I see our collaboration going, but as of late I have less energy to create so I combined limbs etc into a work in progress. Thank you, Debi - you are most gracious.

Please also check out her new Creative Round Table blog.

Below is a shot from our front door of the mid week snow storm. The snow fell very wet and clung to all tree limbs, more so than I have ever seen. Our old dogwood was bent over in by the weight and we did lose one small branch from the ordeal. You are looking at a cherry tree in the foreground, a linden tree at the curb and the not yet plowed street.


9 comments:

Mick said...

It's a winter wonderland alrightee! :)

Debi said...

I look forward to the collaboration as well. Especially since I did my part already, right? LOL!

Since you are posting again, I hope that means you are feeling better. February is cruel. February with the Flu, crueler still.

And thank you for the shoutout about Creative Roundtable. All are invited.

La Dolce Vita said...

though I am a bit weary from snow, this is quite magical!

Lucky Dip Lisa said...

Your snow pic is wonderful, quite surreal.

Your sampled quilt looks warm and inviting...

Leslie Avon Miller said...

Nice quilt. Why the low energy for creating?

jgy said...

Gorgeous snow photo,
elegant quilt.
Probably what you have is not hay fever.

layers said...

wow you really have snow there-- beautiful but very cold looking-- sorry you are still sick and coughing-- but your digital images are looking very good

Four Seasons in a Life said...

Greetings,

Your artwork reminds me of a Pollack and I am pleased to see that it has been updated for this century. In short, I obviously like it.

Warmest regards,
Egmont

Pauli said...

Lovely shot of the snow...