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Thinking about little pumpkin head that Laura delivered. I nurtured and nourished her throughout summer. The fruit grew just in time....
Dear Pistache Berries
What an unexpected encounter. You popped under the bike wheels. This must have been quite a rude awakening. Please know that we are all...
Black sand travelled 35 miles from the West. Red soil travelled 35 miles from the East. To be in the studio today.
Black Sandy Dahlia
Drawn by the ocean Drawn by me
I left you alone. Simmering. Way too long. Remember how we both got heated? I didn’t think we would repair or recover. I was wrong....
pom chopping for color that’s wild and free not tried and true that’s impermanent not lightfast that’s life not death
Today, I got a message from my friend Maggie.
She asked me if I wanted these: These beauties are galls from Mighty Oak, that lives in her yard. Mighty Oak got a hair cut a couple of...
Common Yarrow isn't very Common
Land scape with Dahlia and Friends
Yarrow not Yarrow
Often in the process of working with plants to create color, there are surprises. And then. Sometimes, a happy accident occurs that seems...
What if we can still remain curious and excited by a little pop of color on a small little piece of paper and maybe with it comes some...
Yarrow, so many layers
smelling like dandelion next to wet mint and the heart of artichoke as we go walking listening dreaming off the trail into a field where...
Little Yarrow Tree
When you find yourself spread too thin and fitting into too many boxes it’s time to step back close your eyes and think about who you...
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