Month: October 2014

  • Once Upon a Midnight Dreary

    Once Upon a Midnight Dreary … While I Pondered, Weak and Weary … Over Many a Quaint and Curious Volume of Forgotten Lore … While I Nodded, Nearly Napping, Suddenly There Came a Tapping … As Of Some One Gently Rapping, Rapping at My Chamber Door … Was It the Wind, or Something More ? […]

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  • Late October, Burning Bright

     Late October chores can wait: Taking a moment to pause and enjoy the beauty of imperfection It’s post-frost, tidy-up season in my garden. Time to gather and clean-out seasonal pots, cut-back unattractive perennials, rake-up leaves and button-up the borders with mulch. This has been a busy year for me as I’ve begun to switch my […]

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  • Indian Summer-Inspired Archival Prints

     September Waters II, 2014 – Deckle-Edged, Signed, Archival Print $150 After many months spent setting up an online gallery to showcase my artwork and offer archival prints for purchase online, I’m happy to announce that the site is now officially open. I’ve included here a few recent additions from the ever-growing collection of pastel pieces […]

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  • Welcoming October’s Fire

     Viburnum trilobum ‘Bailey Compact’ with Miscanthus sinensis ‘Morning Light’ along the Secret Garden Walk  With fiery colors peeking through a misty, morning shroud, October began on a moody note today. The Cranberrybush (Viburnum trilobum ‘Bailey Compact’) has turned the brightest shade of red that I can ever remember and beyond, Fragrant Abelia (Abelia mosanensis) and […]

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