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Herpetology in the Park

I was hiking one of our local trails when a little slider turtle caught my attention. He was trying to stealthily make his way back to the creek side, but, being a turtle, stealth was not his forte – I managed to scoop him up before he made it. 137 more words


CARD - Falling Leaves For You

I made this card last year, prior to becoming a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator … I was really hoping to save the photos to post in the fall, but since the Chalk Talk stamp set will be retiring soon, I thought you might like to see it now. 611 more words


Day 292n- Inner Bean

I love go sit in the inner bean and sketch the diners but I have never drawn it from this angle before. I say in the middle of the place drawing and nobody noticed me. 187 more words


The Egg Case

Had I lived in the late-1800s, there’s a good chance I would have been a bird egg collector. Backyard collecting, exchanges, and sales were popular during the Victorian era, and I can see easily the appeal of amassing a collection to study and admire. 192 more words



sometimes I paint outside on my porch. This is how my orca turned out.


I’m now working on a beluga so I’m looking back to an old snowman I painted, White is interesting to paint.


In a stew

From a series of works that I did for kitchens, these 5X7 and 7X9 inch black and white and colored pieces were meant for that spot on the wall that needed color or filling. 23 more words