what are the small irregular leaf from?
Lovely compositions! I LOVE the one with feathers. (I have a whole box of them.)
Hello Faisal:What enchanting 'installations' with such attractive combinations and compositions of texture, form and colour. And, how perfectly you have captured the flash of clear winter light as it reflects from the various objects. Lovely!
John, the irregular leaf comes from 'Dusty Miller' ( Jacobaea maritima ). From the Mediterranean, it has small, yellow daisy flowers, likes drier, sunny conditions, and grows to the size of a small shrub. It's a handsome plant, and a favourite.
Yes, Meggs, feathers are a real find...like coming across a jewell. And the fineness of the work that has gone into making them is phenomenal.
Hello Jane and Lance, you know, we've been very lucky this winter, with any number of sunny days, and not too much of the grey storms we usually get. Coming after the exceptional rainfall that broke our awfully long drought last year, it's a double blessing. Thankyou again for your appreciative comments.
Speak for yourself laddie..I particularly enjoyed the drought!Nice wee flowery things!
beautiful beautiful art, food for the psyche.
Billy - hi. The wee things have always appealed.
Catmint, what can I say? I'm absolutely delighted you like what I've done.