Spring was always a time for marbles, and a solid mason jar provided a good place to keep your collection.
Preserved Fiona Tree
Last fall our island was hit with the remnants of Hurricane Fiona. It caused much damage to shorelines, cottages, and houses, but mostly it took down trees (which in turn damaged many other things). Today’s painting preserves one of the trees that was damaged, but managed to hold on to see another season.
Spring is making its appearance in my little corner of the world. The days are lengthening and life is once again emerging from the soil. I know sunflowers are not exactly a spring flower, but their optimistic nature seems to fit the season. Hope everyone is having a good day. Cheers!
House and Jar
Today’s painting consists of fragments of time and memory preserved in a mason jar.
Boat and Bottle
Today’s painting is one of my mason jars. I’ve always admired the skill and craftsmanship of those who can painstakingly and almost magically create ships in a bottle. This is my attempt.
Hope everyone’s had a good start to the new year.
As you can tell from Yum apparently my sweet tooth has survived into 2023.
Not Just a Jam Jar
I can’t seem to get enough candy lately. Yum!
The Christmas Choice show continues at Gallery 78. I’ve sent over a few more candy jars to join the party.
Today’s painting is another instalment of “Andy’s Candies”.
One for You
Christmas Choice starts this week at Gallery 78 in Fredericton, New Brunswick. “One for You” and a couple of other jars are making an appearance at the show.