It’s another rainy day today, so our bird feeders are extra busy.
The young male Anna’s hummingbird (bottom) is sporting some impressive chin plumage, but missing his tail feathers.
I uncovered some leafcutter bee cocoons when I was weeding the plant pots on our front step.
In the summer I see the bees flying in to little holes in the dirt with the leaf disks they cut from the raspberry bushes tucked under their bellies. Continue reading
I took a monotype course recently at Dundarave Print Workshop with instructor, artist Heather Aston. Except for a short screenprinting class I took last year, this is the first instruction I’ve had since college and it made me all kinds of nervous.
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Finally. Finished and varnished.
I’m a bit happier with parts of this a couple of revisions ago. But the point of this one was to just get it done and move on. Learn from the mistakes, etc.
So. I’m moving on.
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Switching from crows to ravens for a while. Started blocking in a new painting this weekend, based on some iPhone video I shot last summer on Seymour Mountain.
This stage of a painting feels a bit like sculpting to me.
Almost done. I did a little bit more yesterday, putting some light onto the driftwood at the bottom of the painting. Continue reading