It is Spring, at last. Today has bloomed sunny, full of the busy singing of birds, scrabbling of squirrels.
The trees have fat buds just on the verge but not yet open, meaning we can see the blue sky through graceful networks of branches.
I am recovering from bronchitis, and after my first good night's sleep (and despite my sore ribs) I was moved to make this new photo-digital image “Spring Returns”. It makes me think of cherry and plum blossoms, with the promise (or threat) of spring rain in the clouds behind.
The detail views allow you a closer look.
Happy Spring everyone!
I have a spring solo show of paintings May 8–20 at Otto Art in The Junction neighbourhood in Toronto, so if you've been waiting for a show in a more central part of the city, this is the one!
For more details click here.
I will be updating my In Situ album on Flickr with more photographs soon, so check it out next week!
Here's an illustrated page from a project I've been working on (writing and drawing) for a few years now and hope to finish in a few more years. It's about the human heart in the emotional sense but uses an anatomical heart in unexpected ways. I'm venturing into very new territory for me (my favourite thing to do apparently), and learning a lot along the way. Meanwhile I hope you enjoy this little peek.
As a visual artist I like nothing more than getting up to my elbows in paint or little plastic toys, or wading in at the deep end in pursuit of an idea. When I am not teaching others in a similar vein, you can find me researching, writing and noodling around in my studio, seeing where my latest lines of inquiry lead me.
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