Last weeks Vision
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I was inspired by what you wrote about your garden for your Vision and headed out into my garden to see what I could find. I began thinking about the variety of plants we have added over the years. We planted a special one for each of our children. Each one blooms at different times and attracts different insects. It always feels like home when I see these thriving. Anyway, I sat and did several drawings of these plants this week and ended up using my sepia toned ink to draw what I saw. I complimented that with some assorted antique paper and paint. The four threads represent our four family members. Here are a few pictures of my work in process and the final result. It is in the mail today and on it’s way to you. Enjoy! Tina
I loved you sharing your recipe with me. I immediately thought of my mother and how at home she is in the kitchen. She is an avid baker and some of my fondest memories are of the most delicious scents coming from the kitchen and warming the house. As children my family & I would go blueberry picking on Pitcher Mountain. My mom would come home and lay all the blueberries out to clean and freeze for the winter months so we always had something to look forward to. These wild blueberries always tasted SO much better than any you can get in a grocery store. Her blueberry muffins are my favorite and inspired my ReVision. I collaged old recipes that I had bought at an estate sale along with some of my hand painted papers and drawing. This piece is a tribute to my mom who no matter where she is makes everyone feel at home. I thought I would share her muffin recipe with you. YUM!